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Combine Like Terms. Simplify the Given Expression Below:

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Underline any Variable Terms. Circle any Constants. 1

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Underline any Variable Terms. Circle any Constants.

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Underline any Variable Terms. Circle any Constants. Can we simplify any further? Why or why not?

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Underline any Variable Terms. Circle any Constants. How could we tell that the answer would be negative, not positive?

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Underline any Variable Terms. Circle any Constants.

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Underline any Variable Terms. Circle any Constants.

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DISTRIBUTIVE PROPERTY AS SHOWN IN # 11-14

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CLASSWORK GUIDED PRACTICE 9.26.13 NAME:____________________________________ 8x 12x 17a – 3 - 10k -11x -4p + 8 -2n + 6 6m + 1 -1r 4x + 11 -8n - 64 -27 – 24b 8v + 16 18x + 42

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MULT. INTEGERS 1. IF THE SIGNS ARE THE SAME THE ANSWER IS POSITIVE 2. IF THE SIGNS ARE DIFFERENT THE ANSWER IS NEGATIVE.

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