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# [1.1] The Distributive Property

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##### Description:

Our objective today is to:

• Be able to evaluate the distributive property in 15 minutes.
• Success in homework
• And to get to know each other.

[1.1] The Distributive Property. Taught by Shawn Otto-Kreuger

Today we will run thru the distributive property, how it works, and the more advanced parts.

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Tutorial

## [1.1] Distributive Property

The Distributive Property using these equations:

4[5x+10]=100

3[9+8x-2]=8[9]

And a word problem:

Ramona’s parents promises to give Ramona x for every scores that is higher than 90. Last month, Ramona got i scores that were higher than 90. This month, she got y scores that were higher than 90. Create an equation for this.