# How do you simplify #(7x + 4) - ( 2x - 4) + ( 8x + 8)#?

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To simplify the expression (7x + 4) - (2x - 4) + (8x + 8), first distribute the negative sign inside the parentheses. Then combine like terms:

(7x + 4) - (2x - 4) + (8x + 8)

= 7x + 4 - 2x + 4 + 8x + 8

= (7x - 2x + 8x) + (4 - 4 + 8)

= 13x + 8

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