# How do you simplify #14- 3+ 19p - 17p#?

Factor and combine like terms:

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To simplify the expression (14 - 3 + 19p - 17p), you first combine like terms. The like terms in this expression are the constants (14 and -3) and the terms with the variable (p) (19p and -17p). Combining the constants gives (14 - 3 = 11), and combining the terms with (p) gives (19p - 17p = 2p). So, the simplified expression is (11 + 2p).

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