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The distributive property combines a single mathematical expression with a sum of mathematical expressions by multiplication. That is, if A, B, and C are mathematical expressions, then the distributive property states that we can multiply A by B + C by multiplying A times each term in B + C and adding the result.

We begin by distributing the constant terms into the terms inside the parenthesis. Then, rearrange the terms so that similar terms are clustered together. Finally, combine like terms by adding or subtracting whichever is required.

Combining Like Terms To combine like terms, we have to add the coefficients and keep the variables the same. We add like terms to make one term. Example: 7x+3x both are like terms we can combine together and write 10x.

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Like terms are combined in algebraic expression so that the result of the expression can be calculated with ease. For example, 7xy + 6y + 6xy is an algebraic equation whose terms are 7xy and 6xy. Therefore, this expression can be simplified by combining like terms as 7xy + 6xy + 6y = 13xy + y.

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Multiplying Terms You can multiply and divide unlike AND like terms.

Yes, 2xy and 3yx are like terms as both the terms are having same variables.

When combining like terms, such as 2x and 3x, we add their coefficients. For example, 2x + 3x = (2+3)x = 5x.

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