Search
Ask a question
0

what is (7k^3-7) - (2+3k^3)

Well this question I had a problem with this im in 7th grade and this problem in math is giving me a headache hope someone can help!!!!!!! Thanks :) And please i need Fast for today-Tommorow!!!!!

1 Answer by Expert Tutors

Tutors, sign in to answer this question.
Vivian L. | Microsoft Word/Excel/Outlook, essay composition, math; I LOVE TO TEACHMicrosoft Word/Excel/Outlook, essay comp...
3.0 3.0 (1 lesson ratings) (1)
1
Hello Hi!
Next time, ask us before you develop a headache.  We want healthy students.
(7k3-7) - (2+3k3)
This only looks complicated.
Everything is subtraction and addition.
Let's eliminate the parentheses...
7k3-7-2-3k3
Please note the fact that because both figures in the second parenthetical equation are being subtracted, these are each converted from positive into negative.  If these parenthetical figures are negative, these would be converted from negative into positive.  If, in the second parenthetical equation, we are adding rather than subtracting positive figures, these would remain positive.  If we are adding negative figures, these would remain negative.
Let's combine like terms...
-7-2=-9
and
7k3-3k3=4k3
4k3-9