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bobbym wrote:

Hi;

Welcome to the forum. I am assuming you want to solve for t?

Expand it out.

Add 1 to both sides.

Add 7t to both sides.

Add 11 to both sides.

Divide both sides by -18.

Thank you very much. In your first step, of expanding it out, could you give me your step-by-step equations, with the distributive property as well? I would really appreciate it, as I have always had issues with the distributive property.

**CadeStaker**- Replies: 5

**Thank you so much for visiting this thread.** I recently started my freshman year of college with Math 1010 (intermediate algebra). So far it has been fairly easy and just a review of things, but the final **two questions** on one of my tests had me completely stumped, and left me** in need of an explanation and answer (detailed if your time permits)**;

First Question:

2(t - 2) - 3(3t - 1) = 8 - 5(5t + 4)

Second Question:

-2(a - 2) - [3 - 2 (4a - 1)]

I am not that great at using the Distributive Property on equations with more than 3 terms. I can perform (below) easily.

2 (t - 4)

2(t) + 2(-4)

But not (below)

2(9 - 5 [-4x - 3])

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