How do you simplify the expression  4g + 3h + 2g - 3h?

Feb 16, 2017

See the entire simplification process below:

Explanation:

First, rewrite the expression to group like terms:

$4 \textcolor{red}{g} + 3 \textcolor{b l u e}{h} + 2 \textcolor{red}{g} - 3 \textcolor{b l u e}{h}$ becomes:

$4 \textcolor{red}{g} + 2 \textcolor{red}{g} + 3 \textcolor{b l u e}{h} - 3 \textcolor{b l u e}{h} \to$

$\left(4 + 2\right) \textcolor{red}{g} + \left(3 - 3\right) \textcolor{b l u e}{h} \to$

$6 \textcolor{red}{g} + 0 \textcolor{b l u e}{h} \to$

$6 \textcolor{red}{g} + 0 \to$

$6 g$