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what is 3(x-4)

what is 3(x-4)

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Hello :) Well to answer this you must realise that to get the answer, the number on the outside of the brackets must be multiplied by the numbers inside the brackets. so 3(x)X = 3x 3x-4=-12 The answer to this is 3x-12 These types of questions are very important for GCSE and tests, so please make sure you understand how to do them. If you are still unsure, I would be able to explain better in a diagram and check you understand properly - if you started a private tutoring session with me. Hope I have helped :)
amyatkinson
05 October 2012
This means that you have 3 lots of (x-4) so you have 3xX minus 3X4 which is 3x-12
Julie H.
06 October 2012
3(x + 4)
lily
06 April 2021
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Amina
09 June 2021
3x × 4x =
Harsha. M
14 July 2021
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