How do you simplify 13(19 – x)?

3 Answers
May 1, 2018

Answer:

#247-13x#

Explanation:

Expand brackets to simplify:

#13(19-x)=247-13x#


To find #x#:

#247-13x=0#

#246=13x#

#247/13=x#

#x=19#

May 1, 2018

Answer:

I'm pretty sure #13(19-x)# is the simplest form you can go.
Refer explanation.

Explanation:

Normally, if this was a simplification related question, it would be like ' Simplify #247-13x# ' and you would pull the common factor out which is #13# to obtain the simplest form of the equation.

This looks like an evaluate-question where you need to multiply #13# to both terms inside the bracket which are #19# & #x#.

Thus, your answer would be #247-13x#

If I'm wrong, please do correct me.

May 1, 2018

When we are talking about these... we can simply say
#a(b+-c)=ab+-ac# to any number of terms
So..
#13(19-x)=13xx19-13xx x#
#13(19-x)=247-13x#