Expanding Brackets

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  • Created on: 24-04-13 21:44

Example questions on expanding and simplifying expressions

Example 1 - Expanding a single pair of brackets

a) Expand:  3(x+6)  .

a) Remember to multiply every term inside the brackets by the term outside:

 3(x+6)=3×x+3×6=3x+18.

b) Expand: 6(4a10).

b) Remember to multiply every term inside the brackets by the term outside:

6(4a

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Dhrupan

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Thanks

daviesg

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A nice range of basic bracket expansion from single brackets to double brackets. 


 

13RRamlugun

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nice one you should have put the answers examples on the bottom so that it could be clearly but thank you this is very helpful

aaliyah

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could please develop on some more questions

masterphillips

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very helpful!  :)

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