Jamie says that the expression 6x-2x+4 and 4(x+1) are not equivalent because one expression has a term that is subtracted and the other does

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Jamie says that the expression 6x-2x+4 and 4(x+1) are not equivalent because one expression has a term that is subtracted and the other does not.

1. What is Jamie’s claim?
A. the expressions 6x-2x+4 and 4(x+1) are subtracted.
B.the expressions 6x-2x+4 and 4(x+1) are opposites.
C.the expressions 6x-2x+4 and 4(x+1) are equivalent.
D.the expressions 6x-2x+4 and 4(x+1) are not equivalent

2. What property should be applied to the expression 4(x+1) to test Jamie’s claim?
A. distributive property
B. associative property of addition
C. identity property
D. multiplication property of equality

3. What should be done to the expression 6x-2x+4 to test Jamie’s claim?
A.Find a common factor
B.Combine like terms
C.Reorder the terms
D.Multiply by 4

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Brielle 19 hours 2021-10-13T03:16:12+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    2021-10-13T03:18:08+00:00

    Answer:

    1. D 2. A 3. Distribute the four in 4(x+1)

    Step-by-step explanation:

    1. It says that Jamie is saying that they are “not equivalent”.

    2. You have to use the distributive property to distribute the 4 to x and to the 1.

    3. After distributing, compare the two expressions and now see if they are equivalent or not.

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