# How do you rewrite the expression 4times(6+2) using the distributive property?

Nov 11, 2016

$4 \times \left(6 + 2\right) \implies \left(4 \times 6\right) + \left(4 \times 2\right)$

#### Explanation:

To rewrite this express you multiple what is outside the parenthesis against what is inside the parenthesis.

$4 \times \left(6 + 2\right) \implies \left(4 \times 6\right) + \left(4 \times 2\right)$