# distributive property (algebra 1)

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Students learn how to use the Distributive Property.

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• 1. The Distributive Property

2. What You'll Learn Vocabulary 1)term 2)like terms 3)equivalent expressions 4)simplest form 5)coefficient The Distributive Property

• Use the Distributive Property to evaluateexpressions.
• Use the Distributive Property to simplifyexpressions.

3. The Distributive PropertyEight customers each bought a bargain game and a new release. Calculate the total sales for thesecustomers. 4. The Distributive PropertyEight customers each bought a bargain game and a new release. Calculate the total sales for thesecustomers. There are two methods you could use to calculate the video game sales. 5. The Distributive PropertyEight customers each bought a bargain game and a new release. Calculate the total sales for thesecustomers. There are two methods you could use to calculate the video game sales. 6. The Distributive PropertyEight customers each bought a bargain game and a new release. Calculate the total sales for thesecustomers. There are two methods you could use to calculate the video game sales. 7. The Distributive PropertyEight customers each bought a bargain game and a new release. Calculate the total sales for thesecustomers. This is an example of the ____________________. There are two methods you could use to calculate the video game sales. 8. The Distributive PropertyEight customers each bought a bargain game and a new release. Calculate the total sales for thesecustomers. This is an example of the ____________________. Distributive Property There are two methods you could use to calculate the video game sales. 9. The Distributive PropertyFor any numbers,a ,b ,andc , 10. The Distributive PropertyFor any numbers,a ,b ,andc , a ( b + c )= 11. The Distributive PropertyFor any numbers,a ,b ,andc , a ( b + c )=ab + ac 12. The Distributive PropertyFor any numbers,a ,b ,andc , a ( b + c )=ab + acand( b + c ) a= 13. The Distributive PropertyFor any numbers,a ,b ,andc , a ( b + c )=ab + acand( b + c ) a=ba + ca 14. The Distributive PropertyFor any numbers,a ,b ,andc , a ( b + c )=ab + acand( b + c ) a=ba + ca a ( b c )= 15. The Distributive PropertyFor any numbers,a ,b ,andc , a ( b + c )=ab + acand( b + c ) a=ba + ca a ( b c )=ab ac 16. The Distributive PropertyFor any numbers,a ,b ,andc , a ( b + c )=ab + acand( b + c ) a=ba + ca a ( b c )=ab acand( b c ) a= 17. The Distributive PropertyFor any numbers,a ,b ,andc , a ( b + c )=ab + acand( b + c ) a=ba + ca a ( b c )=ab acand( b c ) a=ba ca 18. The Distributive PropertyRewrite8(10 + 4)using the Distributive Property.Then evaluate. 19. The Distributive PropertyRewrite8(10 + 4)using the Distributive Property.Then evaluate. 20. The Distributive PropertyRewrite8(10 + 4)using the Distributive Property.Then evaluate. 21. The Distributive PropertyRewrite8(10 + 4)using the Distributive Property.Then evaluate. 22. The Distributive PropertyRewrite8(10 + 4)using the Distributive Property.Then evaluate.Rewrite(12 4)6using the Distributive Property.Then evaluate. 23. The Distributive PropertyRewrite8(10 + 4)using the Distributive Property.Then evaluate.Rewrite(12 4)6using the Distributive Property.Then evaluate. 24. The Distributive PropertyRewrite8(10 + 4)using the Distributive Property.Then evaluate.Rewrite(12 4)6using the Distributive Property.Then evaluate. 25. The Distributive PropertyRewrite8(10 + 4)using the Distributive Property.Then evaluate.Rewrite(12 4)6using the Distributive Property.Then evaluate. 26. The Distributive PropertyA family owns two cars. In 1995, they drove the first car 18,000 miles and the second car 16,000 miles. Use the graph to find the total cost ofoperating both cars. 27. The Distributive PropertyA family owns two cars. In 1995, they drove the first car 18,000 miles and the second car 16,000 miles. Use the graph to find the total cost ofoperating both cars. 28. The Distributive PropertyA family owns two cars. In 1995, they drove the first car 18,000 miles and the second car 16,000 miles. Use the graph to find the total cost ofoperating both cars. 29. The Distributive PropertyA family owns two cars. In 1995, they drove the first car 18,000 miles and the second car 16,000 miles. Use the graph to find the total cost ofoperating both cars. 30. The Distributive PropertyA family owns two cars. In 1995, they drove the first car 18,000 miles and the second car 16,000 miles. Use the graph to find the total cost ofoperating both cars. It cost the family\$15,640to operate their two cars. 31. The Distributive PropertyRewrite4(r 6)using the Distributive Property.Then simplify. 32. The Distributive PropertyRewrite4(r 6)using the Distributive Property.Then simplify. 33. The Distributive PropertyRewrite4(r 6)using the Distributive Property.Then simplify. 34. The Distributive PropertyRewrite4(r 6)using the Distributive Property.Then simplify. 35. The Distributive PropertyAtermis a ________, a _________, or a ________ or _________ of numbers and variables. 36. The Distributive PropertyAtermis a ________, a _________, or a ________ or _________ of numbers and variables. number 37. The Distributive PropertyAtermis a ________, a _________, or a ________ or _________ of numbers and variables. variable number 38. The Distributive PropertyAtermis a ________, a _________, or a ________ or _________ of numbers and variables. variable number product 39. The Distributive PropertyAtermis a ________, a _________, or a ________ or _________ of numbers and variables. variable number product quotient 40. The Distributive PropertyAtermis a ________, a _________, or a ________ or _________ of numbers and variables. variable number product quotient Example:y,8g 2 hare all terms. 4a,p 3,and 41. The Distributive PropertyAtermis a ________, a _________, or a ________ or _________ of numbers and variables. variable number product quotient Example:y,8g 2 hare all terms. 4a,p 3,andLike terms are terms that contain the same _______, with corresponding variables having the same ______. 42. The Distributive PropertyAtermis a ________, a _________, or a ________ or _________ of numbers and variables. variable number product quotient Example:y,8g 2 hare all terms. 4a,p 3,andLike terms are terms that contain the same _______, with corresponding variables having the same ______. variable 43. The Distributive PropertyAtermis a ________, a _________, or a ________ or _________ of numbers and variables. variable number product quotient Example:y,8g 2 hare all terms. 4a,p 3,andLike terms are terms that contain the same _______, with corresponding variables having the same ______. variable power 44. The Distributive PropertyAtermis a ________, a _________, or a ________ or _________ of numbers and variables. variable number product quotient Example:y,8g 2 hare all terms. 4a,p 3,andLike terms are terms that contain the same _______, with corresponding variables having the same ______. variable power 45. The Distributive PropertyAtermis a ________, a _________, or a ________ or _________ of numbers and variables. variable number product quotient Example:y,8g 2 hare all terms. 4a,p 3,andLike terms are terms that contain the same _______, with corresponding variables having the same ______. variable power three terms 46. The Distributive PropertyAtermis a ________, a _________, or a ________ or _________ of numbers and variables. variable number product quotient Example:y,8g 2 hare all terms. 4a,p 3,andLike terms are terms that contain the same _______, with corresponding variables having the same ______. variable power three terms 47. The Distributive PropertyAtermis a ________, a _________, or a ________ or _________ of numbers and variables. variable number product quotient Example:y,8g 2 hare all terms. 4a,p 3,andLike terms are terms that contain the same _______, with corresponding variables having the same ______. variable power three terms like terms 48. The Distributive PropertyAtermis a ________, a _________, or a ________ or _________ of numbers and variables. variable number product quotient Example:y,8g 2 hare all terms. 4a,p 3,andLike terms are terms that contain the same _______, with corresponding variables having the same ______. variable power three terms like terms unlike terms 49. The Distributive PropertyThe Distributive Property and the properties of equality can be used to show that 5n + 7n = 12n 5n and7n are __________. 50. The Distributive PropertyThe Distributive Property and the properties of equality can be used to show that 5n + 7n = 12n 5n and7n are __________. like terms 51. The Distributive PropertyThe Distributive Property and the properties of equality can be used to show that 5n + 7n = 12n 5n and7n are __________. like terms 52. The Distributive PropertyThe Distributive Property and the properties of equality can be used to show that 5n + 7n = 12n 5n and7n are __________. like terms The expressions5n + 7nand 12n are called ______________________ because they denote the same number. 53. The Distributive PropertyThe Distributive Property and the properties of equality can be used to show that 5n + 7n = 12n 5n and7n are __________. like terms The expressions5n + 7nand 12n are called ______________________ because they denote the same number. equivalentexpressions 54. The Distributive PropertyThe Distributive Property and the properties of equality can be used to show that 5n + 7n = 12n 5n and7n are __________. like terms The expressions5n + 7nand 12n are called ______________________ because they denote the same number. equivalentexpressions An expression is insimplest formwhen it is replaced by an equivalent expression having no __________ or ____________. 55. The Distributive PropertyThe Distributive Property and the properties of equality can be used to show that 5n + 7n = 12n 5n and7n are __________. like terms The expressions5n + 7nand 12n ar