Mathematics

If r = 9, b = 5, and g = −6, what does (r + b − g)(b + g) equal?
F. −20
G. 0−8
H. 0 8
J. 19
K. 20


Answers

madisonhall2000

4 years ago Comment

its answer will be F -20 as when the vale of r and b is applied the answer is -20

sxicidxl

4 years ago Comment

if r = 9, b=5, & 6 = -6      
what does    (r + b -g)(b + g) equals
 ( r + b - g )(b+ g)
[(9+ 5 -(- 6)] [( 5+ - 6) ]        just pluck in the values
 (14 + 6)( 5-6)
= 20*-1
-20              ^  the answer is  F