# Simplify Expressions by Combining Like Terms (Worksheet)

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Simplifying Expressions

Objective: I know how to simplify expressions by combining like terms.

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Simplify each of the following expressions by combining like terms:

a) 5x + 6y + 4 – 3x –3 =

b) 6q –2p – 3q =

c) t – ( –3t) =

d) 6p + (–6p) =

e) –3.3r + 2r – (–7r) =

f) 10 + (–10x) + 3x =

g) 3.2y – (–10x) + 3.2x + (–2y) =

h) 6x + (– y) + 3x – (– 4y) =

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