Which expression is equivalent to -3(2m-1)-n?

A 6m-n-3

B 6m-n+3

C -6m-n-3

D -6m-n+3

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Which expression is equivalent to -3(2m-1)-n?

A 6m-n-3

B 6m-n+3

C -6m-n-3

D -6m-n+3

6m + 42 = -30 - 5m

Step-by-step explanation:

distribute 3(2m+7) = -5(6+m)

6m + 42 = -30 - 5m

[tex]- 3 \times (2m - 1) = - 6m + 3 \\ - 6m + 3 - n = - 6m - n + 3[/tex]

-6m+3-n is equivalent to -3(2m-1)-n

-6m+6-n I believe

Distribute

-3x2m-3x(-2)-n

-6m+6-n

-6m+3

Step-by-step explanation:

[tex]Which expression is equivalent to -3(2m - 1) - n? 6m - n - 3 6m - n + 3 -6m - n - 3 -6m - n +3[/tex]

[tex]-6m-n+3[/tex].

Step-by-step explanation:

We have been given an expression [tex]-3(2m-1)-n[/tex]. We are asked to find the equivalent expression to our given expression.

Using distributive property [tex]a(b+c)=ab+ac[/tex], we will get:

[tex]-3\times 2m-3\times-1-n[/tex]

[tex]-6m+3-n[/tex]

[tex]-6m-n+3[/tex]

Therefore, the expression [tex]-6m-n+3[/tex] is equivalent to our given expression.

-3(2m-1)-n

First we multiply -3 to the first term of the expression

> ( -3*2m + (-3)*(-1) ) - n

> ( -6m + 3 ) - n

> -6m -n + 3

Then, we divide and multiply by -6, (the expression remains the same)

> (-6/-6)* (-6m -n + 3)

> -6*[m + (n/6) - 1/2]

The answer is -6*[m + (n/6) - 1/2]

-6m -n +3

by order of operations

-3(2m-1)-n=-6m+3-n=-6m-n+3

-6m+2

Step-by-step explanation:

-6m+3-1

=-6m+2

Hope this helps

[tex]- 6m - n + 3[/tex]

Step-by-step explanation:

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