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  1. #1
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    Need help with 4 algebra questions?

    2. Simplify.

    (−36ac) (−9)

    (Points: 1)
    Option A: 4ac

    Option B:ac

    Option C:ac

    Option D:4ac



    3. Simplify.

    (−8x) (−2)

    (Points: 1)
    Option A: 2x

    Option B: 4x

    Option C: 16x

    Option D:



    4. Simplify.


    (Points: 1)
    6

    6x

    x

    1



    5. Evaluate the expression if a = 3 , b = 6. and c = 1.


    (Points: 1)
    6

    6

    24

    24
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    Quote Originally Posted by atthee View Post
    2. Simplify.

    (−36ac) (−9)

    (Points: 1)
    Option A: 4ac

    Option B:ac

    Option C:ac

    Option D:4ac

    A negative number divided by another negative number becomes a positive number..

    3. Simplify.

    (−8x) (−2)

    (Points: 1)
    Option A: 2x

    Option B: 4x

    Option C: 16x

    Option D:

    Same thing again

    4. Simplify.


    (Points: 1)
    6

    6x

    x

    1

    Simplify what?

    5. Evaluate the expression if a = 3 , b = 6. and c = 1.


    (Points: 1)
    6

    6

    24

    24
    I think you've missed some things out.
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