Equivalent expressions basically equal one another. Here are the steps to discover if the expressions are equivalent or not. EQUIVALENT EXPRESSIONS
1st - Use the distributive property on the left expression.
2nd - Combine all like terms on the left side.
3rd - Use the distributive property on the right
4th - Combine all like terms on the right side.
5th - See if the two sides equal one another - remember
the commutative property in case the order is different on
2(3e - 8) = 10e + 20 - 4 - 4e
13jk + 5j - 3jk + 2jk - 5 = 13jk - 5
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