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    Distributive Property

    (-6+6v+2y)(-2)

    I was wondering if I'm correct. I'd appreciate your response.

    12-12v-4y+12
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    Re: Distributive Property

    Quote Originally Posted by HellBunny View Post
    (-6+6v+2y)(-2)

    I was wondering if I'm correct. I'd appreciate your response.

    12-12v-4y+12
    Where did that final "+12" come from?
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    Re: Distributive Property

    Oh, nice catch there. It was a typo. Thanks! So, is it right? Without the 12 at the end.
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    Re: Distributive Property

    Yes it is.
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    Re: Distributive Property

    (-6+6v+2y)(-2)
    = 12 - 12v - 4y
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