# How do you simplify #6x*7 - 3(4 + 1)#?

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To simplify the expression 6x*7 - 3(4 + 1), you first need to apply the distributive property to the expression inside the parentheses. This gives you:

6x*7 - 3(4 + 1)
= 6x*7 - 3*4 - 3*1
= 42x - 12 - 3
= 42x - 15

So, the simplified form of the expression is 42x - 15.

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