In this simple tutorial the tutor shows how to solve equation by the distributive property. He states that when there is a number which is multiplied to a full equation, we have to multiply each and every term of that equation by that multiplying number. This is called the distributive property as the value is distributed to each and every term inside the equation. He goes on and solves a problem based on this property to give a clear idea of the property. This video shows how to solve equations by applying the distributive property.
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