# algebra

By dave67

@dave67 (1)

16 responses

@Wulfric (160)

• India

30 Dec 06

I dont know what you mean by ANSWER to 3(x+y)?
Answer can be given to a Question.. This is not a question.. Do you mean value of 3(x+y)?
Then it will be expansion of it as previously posted 3x+3y & Numerical value will certainly depend on numerical value of x & y...
If you want solution then you should have given an equation like 3(x+y)=k [k being a known constant]
So then value of (x,y) that satisfies it would have been an answer.
If that was the case then also it is 1 equation in 2 variables & will have infinite answers.
I hope you got the satisfactory answer.
Regards.

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@gamerz_84 (920)

• India

25 Oct 06

u solve it as-3(x+y)=3x+3y.n wotevr da values of x n y r add it up

@dhirajtvm (424)

• India

25 Oct 06

3(x+y) is a random polynomial expression. Your question is not clear. If there is an equation, a possible solution could be deduced. since you have just stated the polynomial, it can have infinite values!!!

@pinakpaul (24)

• Canada

22 Oct 06

well its simply 3x+3y thats it....n if deres another equation given for x n y den u jus slove both the equations n get the values for x n y!!!!

@yogeshchhikara (594)

• Hong Kong

22 Oct 06

soory i don't know that much algebrs but as far as my math is concernec and what i have learned it should be 3x+3y+3xy2

@claudia413 (4284)

• United States

22 Oct 06

I've forgotten all the algebra I was so good at in school, but then I graduated over 46 years ago. You tend to forget things that you don't use over time.

@RAMPersona (2036)

• Philippines

22 Oct 06

3(x+y) = 3x+3y (expand);
3(x+y) = 3x(1+(y/x)) (x taken out, x 0);
3(x+y) = 3y((x/y)+1) (y taken out, y 0)

@Cornholio (53)

• United States

27 Jun 06

To get the answer, first you will need to know what X and Y are. To work the equation. ANotehr way to look at this equation is "3 Times X+Y "
For example:
If X is 4 and Y is 2. The equation is solved by:
4+2=6 X 3 + 18