Distribution with fractions. -2(6 - 9/2 x)

Do you know how to remove brackets in this type of questions?

no

Nw let's take a simple example. 2(3-2) Let's first remove the bracket to solve this. 2(3-2)=2*3-2*2. Removing the brackets means to multiply the terms inside the bracket by the one outside. See if that makes a little sense

Could you do that with the one up their ^ ? :)

-2(6-(9/2)x)=-2*6-2*(-9/2)x Nw do u get t?

@Lepgirl

Is that the answer?

No. I didnt simplify t yet.

I hav removed the bracket. see f u cn simplify t. If u cnt tel me.

I can't figure out the answer after simplifying . ): I'm not good at this .

what do u get when u multiply -2 by 6?

-12

what do u get when u multiply -9x/2 by -2

i don't know how to do the 9x/2 part

wait 9x/2 would that be 18x?

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