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    Use a commutative law to find an equivalent expression.
    1.pq 2.t+4

    Multiply
    3. -2(3a-4b)

    simplify.
    4. -3(x+2)-4(x-5)

    5.4x-[6-3(2x-5)]

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    Use a commutative law to find an equivalent expression.
    1. pq

    By the commutative law, we have

    p*q=q*p

    2. t+4

    By the commutative law, we have

    t+4= ...

    Solution Summary

    This uses the commutative law, and associative and distributive properties to work with polynomials.

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