# SOLUTION: Afternoon, thank you in advance...HELP!!! I'm a mom trying to remember how to do this. I gave up. been at it for more than 35 mins...Son is being asked to find the value of n. 3

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Distributive-associative-commutative-properties Question 272451: Afternoon, thank you in advance...HELP!!! I'm a mom trying to remember how to do this. I gave up. been at it for more than 35 mins...Son is being asked to find the value of n. 352 X 75 = (nX75)+ (50X75) + (2X75) THANK YOu THANK YOU THANK YOU Answer by Edwin McCravy(8893)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Afternoon, thank you in advance...HELP!!! I'm a mom trying to remember how to do this. I gave up. been at it for more than 35 mins...Son is being asked to find the value of n. 352 X 75 = (nX75)+ (50X75) + (2X75) THANK YOu THANK YOU THANK YOU ``` Using the distributive principle: Add the 50 and the 2 Multiply both sides by Put the 's in parentheses just for emphasis Replace the 's by 's Since 1 is the identity for multiplication, any number multiplied by 1 gives the same number as the number multip[lied by it, so we can just eliminate the 's: We can eliminate those parentheses: Subtract from both sides: Do the subtractions: Edwin```