CHAPTER 4: ALGEBRAIC PROCESSES (1) SIMPLIFICATION AND SUBSTITUTION
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Exercise 4b Questions and Solutions (Number 11 to 20)
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INSTRUCTION: Simplify the following expressions as far as possible.
-3h – 6g + 10g
8d – 3 – 7d
3a – 5a + 11a – 4a
7x + 3x – x – 5x
8k – 4k + 3k – 7k
6x – 9x + 2x + 4y
2a – 3b + 5b – 8a
3x + 8y – 5x – y
2m – 9n – 5m + 4n
r – 3s – 3t – 4r + 10s + 8t