In this lesson, you will learn how to simplify expressions using the distributive property. The distributive property is when you distribute a term via multiplication to each and every term inside of a currency. This can be applied to problems with numbers or letters, and is useful for simplifying expressions. By multiplying the outside term to each term inside the parentheses, you can easily simplify your expression.
How to simplify using the distributive property
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Questions answered by this video:
Explain the distributive property with an example.
What must you do with the number or term outside a bracket which contains an expression when simplifying?
What happens to the signs in the brackets when a negative term outside the bracket is distributed?
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