## help asap! Which of the following is equivalent to 5a + 2b + 6c? 13abc 7ab + 6c 5a + 8bc

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Which of the following is equivalent to 5a + 2b + 6c?

13abc
7ab + 6c
5a + 8bc
2b + 5a + 6c

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1 week 2022-12-28T16:10:51+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

## Answers ( 2 )

1. Answer: 2b + 5a + 6c
Step-by-step explanation: The Equivalent expressions of the given expression is a 2b + 5a + 6c. Thus, option D is a correct.
According to the statement
We have to find that the equivalent expression.
So, For this purpose, we know that the
Equivalent expressions are expressions that work the same even though they look different.
From the given information:
The given expression is a 5a + 2b + 6c
Then
1) 13abc
It is completely different from the 5a + 2b + 6c
2) 7ab + 6c
It is also completely different from the 5a + 2b + 6c
3) 5a + 8bc
It is also completely different from the 5a + 2b + 6c
4) 2b + 5a + 6c
It is sams as the  5a + 2b + 6c because of the some same coefficients of the variables.
So, The Equivalent expressions of the given expression is a 2b + 5a + 6c. Thus, option D is a correct.

2. There is no multiplication here, and there are also no like terms, so terms with different variables cannot be combined due to the lack of multiplication. This expression cannot be simplified, only rearranged. Therefore, expressions that appear to simplify it:
13abc
7ab + 6c
5a + 8bc
Are not equivalent. Therefore:
2b + 5a + 6c, which only rearranges the expression, is equivalent.