Kaleb used the distributive property to write two equivalent expressions. Use w = 5 and w = 10 to determine if the two expressions are equivalent.

     12(w – 3)     12w – 36

When w = 5, both expressions have a value of 24.

 

When w = 10, both expressions have a value of_____.

 

Therefore, the expressions are equivalent.

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84 is the answer in each case because the two expressions are equivalent.
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