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    what's the answer for 6(h - 40)

    please help me with my math problem


    the problem is .. multiply the expression,  6(h - 4)

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    Solution for 6(h-40):
    The brackets in this expression are a sign of a multiplication, so the expression can also be written as follows: 6 x (h-40). In order to solve the expression, you need to get rid of the brackets: 
    6 x (h-40) = 6 x h - 6 x 40.
    Now you need to calculate how much is 6 x 40, and that's it. 



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