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Q: How do you simplify 3A plus 9B?

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3a + 5b - 6a - 9b = -3a - 4b

You would factor 3a + 9b as: 3(a+3b)

2a² + 6a

a + 3a - 2 + 3a. Add the a + 3a + 3a = 7a. You can't combine the -2 & 7a so the solution is: 7a - 2.

When simplified it is: 2a+8b+4

-7a-7b

3a plus 4 equals 3a +4. You can not combine the two parts because they are not like terms so there is no way to simplify this.

5a + 11

2a + 4b

3a * * * * * Actually, it is 4a.

Collect the terms in a, then the terms in b, getting 6a - 3a + 2b + 5b which simplifies to 3a + 7b. Gettit?

2a + 3a + 4 = 5a + 4

2a + 3 - 9b - a - 7 Bring like terms together: = 2a - a - 9b + 3 - 7 Combine like terms: = a - 9b - 4

5x - 8a + 4a - 2x + a = 3x - 3a

4a+2b-1a+9b combine all alike variables using commutative property of addition 4a-1a+2b+9b Then add the like variables 3a+11b

a + 7b + 2c

3a - 2b

Change the order to make it more obvious: 3a - a + 2b + 4b 2a + 6b or 2 (a + 3b).

7a minus 2, if "3a-2" means 3a minus 2. 3a plus 1 and 1-3rd in parenthesis times 3a, if "3a-2" means 3a squared. a plus 3a squared plus 3a = 1-3rd times 3a plus 3a times 3a plus 1 times 3a = 3a plus 1 and 1-3rd in parenthesis times 3a

Add them together: 3a+4a-a = 6a

sample problem 9b + 3a - a + 6+ 2b + 4 terms would be each number or number plus a variable separated by an operation symbol (+ or -) like terms would be 9b and 2b, 3a and -a, and 6 and 4 simply add 9b + 2b (which is 11b) 3a-a (which is 2a) and 6 + 4 (which is 10) your answer would then be 11b + 2a + 10 hope that helped

ok, let's see: (3a-2a) + (2b+5b) +(-c +3c) = a + 7b +2c I think that's right.

It is 6a + 4

What is the solution of -2a plus 3a plus 5b

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