# Simplify 10(x + 4) + 15(x + 1)

Simplify 10(x + 4) + 15(x + 1)

## This Post Has 4 Comments

1. Expert says:

a. turk and mcalister

b. howard, mission, and market

c. yes. since streets end some do not cross yet are not parallel to others. example: mcalister and 5th

step-by-step explanation:

parallel lines are lines which do not intersect ever and look a lot like railroad tracks. turk, mcalister and golden gate are examples of these.

intersect are streets which cross each other and a car on one can reach the other. howard, mission, and market intersect with 6th.

skew lines are lines which neither intersect nor are parallel. these lines exist here because some streets end and never intersect another like mcalister and 5th.

$A. name the streets that are parallel to golden gate. b. name the streets that intersect 6th street.$

2. Expert says:

i do not know this sorry : (

3. pandamarz says:

25x + 55

Step-by-step explanation:

10(x + 4) + 15(x + 1)

Distribute

10x + 40 + 15x +15

Combine like terms

25x + 55

4. nacho5317 says:

$\huge{ \fbox{ \sf{25x + 55}}}$

Step-by-step explanation:

$\star{ \sf{ \: \: 10(x + 4) + 15(x + 1)}}$

$\text{Step \: 1 \: : Distribute \: 10 \: through \: the \: parentheses}$

$\mapsto{ \sf{10x + 40 + 15(x + 1)}}$

$\text{Step \: 2 \: : Distribute \: 15 \: through \: the \: parentheses}$

$\mapsto{ \sf{10x + 40 + 15x + 15}}$

$\text{Step \: 3 \: : Collect \: like \: terms}$

$\text{Like \: terms \: are \: those \: which \: have \: the \: same \: base}$

$\mapsto{ \sf{10x + 15x + 40 + 15}}$

$\mapsto{ \sf{25x + 40 + 15}}$

$\text{Step \: 4 \: : Add \: the \: numbers : 40 \: and \: 15}$

$\mapsto{ \sf{25x + 55}}$

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