Expand and Simplify Algebraic Expressions

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Examples, solutions, and videos to help GCSE Maths students learn how to expand and simplify algebraic expression by expanding brackets.

Expand and simplify expressions
Three examples of how to expand brackets then simplify an algebraic expression
a) 8(6q + 4) - 8(-7q - 5)
b) -3(7y + 10) + 9(-y + 8)
c) 7(-8u + 6) - 10(3u + 6)

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Expanding and simplifying brackets.
Help with GCSE Maths AQA Mod 3
3(2x + 6) + 2(5x - 7)
2(3x - 5) - 7(3x - 4)

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4(3d - 2e) - (2d - 5e)

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