22west:

Which expression shows the result of applying the distributive property to 3(2x−6) ? 5x−3 6x−6 2x−18 6x−18

9 months ago
dude:

Do you know what the distribute property is/says?

9 months ago
22west:

kind of

9 months ago
dude:

Here is an example Use distributive property on this 1(x+3)

9 months ago
22west:

ok

9 months ago
dude:

|dw:1516652842616:dw|

9 months ago
22west:

where did you get the 1

9 months ago
dude:

From my sample question

9 months ago
22west:

oh

9 months ago
22west:

3*x , 3*2, and 3*6

9 months ago
dude:

Ill focus on yours |dw:1516652992906:dw|

9 months ago
22west:

oh

9 months ago
22west:

A. 5x−3 B. 6x−6 C. 2x−18 D. 6x−18

9 months ago
22west:

do i add that now

9 months ago
dude:

My drawing is terrible but you multiply the outer part of the parenthesis into the inside 3(2x-6) gives \(3\cdot 2x~~and ~~3\cdot -6\)

9 months ago
22west:

ok so do i add that

9 months ago
dude:

Multiply first and then add XD

9 months ago
22west:

3*2=6 3*(-6)=-18

9 months ago
dude:

Yep, so we have \(6x-18\)

9 months ago
22west:

ok

9 months ago
dude:

That is your answer XD

9 months ago
22west:

i have some more

9 months ago
dude:

Sure, make a new post

9 months ago
22west:

ok

9 months ago
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