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From: Milo Zachary <milozachary@hotmail.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2006091801:35:45
Subject: Re: linear equations



Use the distributive property of multiplication to eliminate the
parentheses.  For example on question 1:

1. 9/2(x+3)=27

Multiply the 9/2 throughout the parentheses to get 9x/2 + 27/2.  You
can take it from there.

Milo

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