Mathematics

Rylee88:
Distributive Property
*Picture Below* do NOT answer if you do not know. Thanks.

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Rylee88:
YRJ8498:
so wouldn't you have to simplify it to remove the parentheses
pls tell me if i'm wrong

Rylee88:
If I knew, I wouldn't have asked.

YRJ8498:
Your a human calculator so I thought you would know
so no need to start lvl one of rage

Rylee88:
Take it how you want, but I'm not mad.

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Rylee88:
I'm a human calculator from Medals, If you don't know for sure don't waste my time. Thanks =)

YRJ8498:
Yes i'm sure
you need to simplify the equation (DO YOU KNOW HOW TO DO THIS?)

Rylee88:
Divide

YRJ8498:
so you Re-order terms so constants are on the left

YRJ8498:
so it would be (𝑣+5)8 into 8(𝑣+5)

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YRJ8498:
do you understand that or you want me to explain?

Rylee88:
EXPLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIn

Rylee88:
Damn

YRJ8498:

not very nice

Rylee88:
I don't have time lets go

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Rylee88:
@snowflake0531

YRJ8498:
ok so then you would Distribute
it would be 8(𝑣+5) into 8𝑣+40

YRJ8498:

@yrj8498 wrote:

ok so then you would Distribute
it would be 8(𝑣+5) into 8𝑣+40

If I get a warnig its bc of you just to let you know @rylee88

Rylee88:
For what???

Rylee88:
Why on earth would you get a warning?

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Rylee88:
CONTINUE

Rylee88:
Stop getting off track lets go

carmelle:
Distributive Property:
\[a(b+c)\rightarrow ab +ac\]
do you understand?

YRJ8498:
i'm pretty sure i'm done
you said remove the parentheses

YRJ8498:
or you want me to solve it too?

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Rylee88:
THANK YOU CARMELLE SOOOOOO MUCH HELP FR NOT JOKING!!!

carmelle:
yw, but do you understand how to apply this example to the question you have?

YRJ8498:

@rylee88 wrote:

THANK YOU CARMELLE SOOOOOO MUCH HELP FR NOT JOKING!!!

So i did not help?

Rylee88:

@carmelle wrote:

yw, but do you understand how to apply this example to the question you have?

So is the answer 13? I think so

Rylee88:

@yrj8498 wrote:

@rylee88 wrote:

THANK YOU CARMELLE SOOOOOO MUCH HELP FR NOT JOKING!!!

So i did not help?

Confusingly yes

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carmelle:

@rylee88 wrote:

@carmelle wrote:

yw, but do you understand how to apply this example to the question you have?

So is the answer 13? I think so

no... lemme explain it better
\[a(b+c)\rightarrow a(b) + a(c)\]
you have to multiply...
a – 8
b – `v`
c – 5
\[8(v+5)\rightarrow 8(v) + 8(5)\]

Rylee88:
Explain.? lol

carmelle:
i just explained it to you

Rylee88:
What is V???

Rylee88:
13v??

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carmelle:
you're not adding...
and you can't add numbers with variables with ones that don't

Rylee88:
40v?

carmelle:

@rylee88 wrote:

What is V???

v is the variable

carmelle:

no...
ok lemme break it down.
what is 8 × v

Rylee88:
v isnt a NUMBER

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Rylee88:
8v

carmelle:
yes, exactly, now what is 8 × 5

Rylee88:
40

carmelle:
correct,
the plus (+) sign stays the same, so the final answer is 8v + 40

Rylee88:
ah ty your right I got it right

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YRJ8498:

@rylee88 wrote:

ah ty your right I got it right

I litterally did that in shorter time