Simplify the expression 7(2y + 1) + 3y

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The answer to your question would be 17y + 7.

To figure this out, you would have to use the distributive property to solve. Multiply 7 by 2y to get 14y.

Next, multiply 7 by 1 to get 7. And since there are like terms, add them together.

14y+3y=17y. And there is still a 7 that we need to put into the equation. Which would be 17y+7

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To figure this out, you would have to use the distributive property to solve. Multiply 7 by 2y to get 14y.

Next, multiply 7 by 1 to get 7. And since there are like terms, add them together.

14y+3y=17y. And there is still a 7 that we need to put into the equation. Which would be 17y+7

Have a Merry Christmas!!✨❤️

Answer: 17y+7

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