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Simplify the following expressions by combining like terms

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6(m − 3n) + 3m(n + 5) − 2n(3 − m)
asked Sep 28, 2018 in PRE-ALGEBRA by anonymous
reshown Sep 29, 2018 by bradely

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6(m − 3n) + 3m(n + 5) − 2n(3 − m)  =  6m − 18n + 3mn + 15m − 6n + 2nm

                                                        =  6m + 15m − 18n− 6n + 3mn + 2nm

                                                        =  21m − 24n + 5mn

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6(m − 3n) + 3m(n + 5) − 2n(3 − m)  =  21m − 24n + 5mn

answered Sep 29, 2018 by homeworkhelp Mentor

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