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does someone mind helping me out this this problem? Thank you!
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Let's evaluate ~

[tex]\qquad \sf \dashrightarrow \: 5(2x + 6)[/tex]

[tex]\qquad \sf \dashrightarrow \: 5(2(4) + 6)[/tex]

[tex]\qquad \sf \dashrightarrow \: 5(8 + 6)[/tex]

[tex]\qquad \sf \dashrightarrow \: 5(14)[/tex]

[tex]\qquad \sf \dashrightarrow \: 70[/tex]
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The answer would be 70.

Step-by-step explanation:

To solve you substitute the x with 4, getting you the starting equation of 5(2(4)+6). Parentheses means to multiply and starting with the rules of PEMDAS you would do 2 times 4 equals 8. You would then do 8 + 6, which is equal to 14. You now have the problem 5(14), which is 70. I hope this helps! :) Have a great day! ^^
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