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Equivalent Expressions – Part 1


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Overview

Equivalent expressions are expressions that are written differently but have the same value. Let’s look at an example…

Write an expression that is equivalent to 2 (3 + n).

We can use our knowledge of multiplication to recognize that 2 times 3 + n is the same as saying 2 groups of  3 + n.

We can represent the two groups with a model.

 

We can see by looking at the model that the expression could be written as

6 + 2n

We can check our answer with the distributive property.

2 (3 + n)

When using the distributive property, we distribute the 2 to each term within the
parenthesis. Doing this allows us to forgo the order of operations, which comes in
handy when we are working with variables.

 

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Use a model to illustrate 4(2 + p).

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