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- Mar 5, 2012

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Welcome to MHB, bizzy916!can someone help me i need a different way to write this equation thank you

A=(B-40)x1.5xC+Cx40

A standard way to simplify it, would be:

\begin{aligned}

A &= (B-40)\times 1.5 \times C+C \times 40 \\

&= B \times 1.5 \times C - 40 \times 1.5 \times C+C \times 40 \\

&= 1.5 BC -60 C + 40 C \\

&= 1.5 BC - 20 C

\end{aligned}

- Jan 19, 2014

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this is my own way,can someone help me i need a different way to write this equation thank you

A=(B-40)x1.5xC+Cx40

A = (B-40)(1.5C)+40C

A = 1.5BC - 60C + 40C

A = 1.5BC -20C