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Then use the Distributive Property to multiply. Finally, find the sum or difference. EXAMPLE The Distributive Property and Mental Math Use the Distributive Property to rewrite 15 · 99. Then evaluate. 15 · 99 = 15(100 - 1) Think: 99 = 100 - 1 = 15(100) - 15(1) Distributive Property = 1500 - 15 Multiply = 1485 Subtract. Use the Distributive Property to rewrite each expression. Then evaluate. 2 2A. 402(12) 2B. 60 · 7_ 3 Simplify Expressions You can use algebra tiles to investigate how the Distributive Property relates to algebraic expressions.

19 + 3)10 4. COSMETOLOGY A hair stylist cut 12 customers’ hair. 95 for each haircut and received an average tip of $4 for each. Write and evaluate an expression to determine the total amount that she earned. Example 2 (p. 27) Use the Distributive Property to rewrite each expression. Then find the product. 5. 16(103) Example 3 (p. 28) Example 4 (pp. 28–29) 1 6. 3_ (34) ( 17 ) Rewrite each expression using the Distributive Property. Then simplify. 7. 2(4 + t) 8. (g - 9)5 Simplify each expression.

How much would an employee expect to pay for family medical and dental coverage per year? Rewrite each expression using the Distributive Property. Then simplify. EXTRA PRACTICE See pages 718, 744. com 1 - 2b 27 36. _ 37. 4(8p + 4q - 7r) 38. -6(2c - cd 2 + d) 39. (6m 3 + 4n - 3n)5 (3 ) Simplify each expression. If not possible, write simplified. a 2 40. 6x 2 + 14x - 9x 41. 4y 3 + 3y 3 + y 4 42. T. Problems 5 43. REASONING Explain why the Distributive Property is sometimes called the Distributive Property of Multiplication Over Addition.