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5(t+3)+2(3t+4)-(5t-3)

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princesschiki12

5(t+3)+2(3t+4)-(5t-3) First, you need to use the distributive property. 5t+15+6t+4-5t+3 Next, you add/subtract like terms 5t+6t-5t=6t 15+4+3=22 So, you are left with: 6t+22 Hope this helped! If you have any other questions pertaining to this, please ask!

meleyanicoleee

The answer is 6t + 26                  In the process of solving this problem you will use mathematical properties , adding , subtracting , dividing , and simplifying.  My reason being is because , 1st you solve | 2 *3t + 13 , than look at the equation again : it's really , (5*3t) + 2 *( (3t+4) ) - ( 5t - 3 ) .  This is how I got my answer , by pulling out like terms , which happen to be : 6t + 26 = 2 * (3t+13). The last step to the answer is below : 2 * (3t + 13) . I really hope that this helps you out a lot, have a nice day :)

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