How to figure out 4 y- (3+…

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  1. Veresklet

    Veresklet New Member

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    How to figure out 4 y- (3+ y)
     
  2. Julia

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    In order to simplify this, we need to first distribute the negative to the terms inside the parentheses.4 y- (3+ y) 4 y +(-3-y) We can now get rid of the addition symbol since we already have a negative symbol 4 y-3-yNow arrange the equation to combine like terms 4 y-y-3Simplify 3 y-3That's the simplest form of the equation. If y does have a value like the other user asked, simply plug it back into that equation and simplify. I hope that helped
     

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