Distributive Property Part 2

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Lesson Summary:

In this lesson, the distributive property of multiplication over addition and subtraction is explored in more detail. The lesson covers how to deal with a minus sign in front of the parentheses, as well as how to distribute property when there are multiple terms involved. The transcript provides numerous examples and encourages practice to master these concepts. Remember, math is cool!

Lesson Description:

Distributive property of multiplication over addition, part 2. More advanced: neg numbers and subtraction.

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Questions answered by this video:
  • What is the distributive property of multiplication over subtraction?
  • How do you use the distributive property if you have subtraction?
  • How do you simplify 2(3x - 5) using the distributive property?
  • How do you rewrite 3(4m - 7) without parentheses?
  • What happens if you are distributing a negative sign into parentheses?
  • What does -(3x - 8) equal?
  • What is the opposite of 3x - 8?
  • How do you find the opposite of an expression in parentheses?
  • How can you think of a negative sign like a -1?
  • How can you distribute -2(x + 4)?
  • How can you rewrite -5(3x - 7) using the distributive property?
  • How can you simplify the expressions -(2x + 11), -3(4x + 8), -9(3x - 1), and -2(x - 13) using the distributive property?
  • How can you combine two expressions like 2(3x + 4) + 5(x + 6) using the distributive property?
  • What does 5(2x - 3) - 3(x - 8) equal?
  • Staff Review

    • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
    This lesson is very similar to the previous lesson, but problems included in this lesson have negative signs and are subtraction problems mostly instead of just addition problems. Negative numbers are also distributed into parentheses. Many good examples are shown and explained in detail in this video.