# Algebra please solve 7(2x – 3y) + 4(3y – 5x) =

Algebra please solve 7(2x - 3y) + 4(3y - 5x) =

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1. kkruvc says:

-8x-9y

Step-by-step explanation:

Hey There!

So basically this problem is asking you to simplify this expression using distributive property

The first step would be to distribute 7 into what is inside the parenthesis (2x and -3y)

2x*7=14x

-3y*7=-21y

so now we have 14x-21y + 4(3y-5x)

the next step would be to distribute 4 to what is inside the parenthesis (3y and -5x)

4*3y=12y

4*-5x=-20x

so now we have 12x-21y-20x+12y

the final step is to combine like terms

12x-20x=-8x

-21y+12y=-9y

so the simplified version of 7(2x - 3y) + 4(3y - 5x) is -8x-9y

2. elvia261 says:

14x-21y+12y-20x. 14x-20x+12y-21y. -6x-9y

3. Expert says:

You are dumb you will drop out of high school

4. Expert says:

What are the options