4th Grade Math: Distributive Property Help

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Our distributive property videos replace text-based tutorials in 4th grade math books and give you better, step-by-step explanations of distributive property. Watch each video repeatedly until you understand how to approach distributive property problems and how to solve them.
• Tons of video tutorials on distributive property make it easy for you to better understand the concept.
• Tons of word problems on distributive property give you all the practice you need.
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Simplifying Using Distributive Property With Negative Coefficients
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This math video tutorial clip shows how to simplify algebraic expressions by following the rules of order of operations, distributive property and combining like terms.

Distributive property helps us get rid of the paranthesis first and then we combine the like terms to reach the solution.

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distributive property video clips for 4th grade math students.

4th Grade: Distributive Property Word Problems

The attendance at a ball game was 400 people
The attendance at a ball game was 400 people. Student tickets cost \$2 and adults tickets cost \$3. If \$1050 was collected in ticket ...
distributive property
You have six gummy worms and eleven sticks of gum. Your friend is going to double the amount of the candies because you helped her out last Friday. You want to add all of the candies to find out how many you ...
Kent is 14 years older than Harlen
Kent is 14 years older than Harlen.
Next year Kent will be three times older than ...

distributive property homework help word problems for 4th grade math students.

Fourth Grade: Distributive Property Practice Questions

f+2(3-f)=4
Substitution and the distributive property using substraction
7x-8y=12
y=-2x+9
2(3+p) - 2 + 6p

distributive property homework help questions for 4th grade math students.

Can I have some examples of distributive property, please. Thank you.
December 14, 2008, 7:11 pm

I could use a video clip on the most basic steps of the distributive property.
September 22, 2009, 3:42 pm

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