Combining Like Terms with the Distributive Property


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Which of the following is a like term to 4xy?

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Combine like terms.

2x + x ( 10 - 3y)


Combine like terms.

10 - (4x + 4)

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The goal of these materials is to test your understanding of:

  • A like term to 4xy
  • Using the distributive property
  • Combining like terms

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  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important details from the lesson on combining like terms using the distributive property
  • Problem solving - combine like terms using the distributive property
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained about the like term to 4xy

Additional Learning

To review more about like terms, move through the lesson called Combining Like Terms with the Distributive Property. Thanks to this lesson, you can cover the following topics in greater detail:

  • The definition of a like term
  • When it is appropriate to use the distributive property when combining like terms
  • An area you have to be careful with when applying the distributive property