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## How do you simplify an expression to its simplest form?

To simplify any algebraic expression, the following are the basic rules and steps:

- Remove any grouping symbol such as brackets and parentheses by multiplying factors.
- Use the exponent rule to remove grouping if the terms are containing exponents.
- Combine the like terms by addition or subtraction.
- Combine the constants.

## How do you expand powers?

When raising a power to a power in an exponential expression, you find the new power by multiplying the two powers together. For example, in the following expression, x to the power of 3 is being raised to the power of 6, and so you would multiply 3 and 6 to find the new power.

**How do you find the simplest form of a function?**

A fraction is in simplest form when the top and bottom cannot be any smaller, while still being whole numbers. To simplify a fraction: divide the top and bottom by the greatest number that will divide both numbers exactly (they must stay whole numbers).

### What is the simplest form of expression?

In general, an expression is in simplest form when it is easiest to use.

### Which is the best way to simplify a binomial equation?

You first can add 5 from the right to the left side: Next you can subtract from the left to the right side: Finally, you can isolate by dividing each side by 2: You can verify this by plugging into each binomial to verify that they are equal to one another. To solve for , you need to isolate it to one side of the equation.

**Which is the best way to isolate a binomial?**

Next you can subtract from the left to the right side: Finally, you can isolate by dividing each side by 2: You can verify this by plugging into each binomial to verify that they are equal to one another. To solve for , you need to isolate it to one side of the equation. You can subtract the from the right to the left.

#### How to solve for 4 in a binomial?

You can first add 4 from the right side to the left side: Next you can subtract the from the left side to the right side: Finally you can divide each side by 3 to solve for : You can double check this answer by plugging 4 into each binomial and confirm that they are equal to one another.

#### How do you find out if binomials are equal to one another?

You can verify this by plugging into each binomial to verify that they are equal to one another. To solve for , you need to isolate it to one side of the equation. You can subtract the from the right to the left. Then you can add the 6 from the right to the left: