# ISEE Middle Level Math : Algebraic Concepts

## Example Questions

### Example Question #51 : Algebra

Simplify the expression:

Explanation:

The commutative property lets us reorganize the expression.

By separating the whole numbers and the variables, we can easily multiply.

### Example Question #51 : Algebra

Simplify the expression:

None of these

Explanation:

Multiply the whole numbers and add the variables:

The commutative property lets us reorganize the expression.

By separating the whole numbers and the variables, we can easily multiply.

Mulitply:

Explanation:

### Example Question #21 : How To Multiply Variables

Explanation:

Multiply the numbers and multiply the variables:

### Example Question #21 : Variables

Explanation:

Multiply the constants and add an exponent to the variable totaling the number of variables in the equation:

### Example Question #22 : Algebraic Concepts

Simplify:

Explanation:

Begin by moving all of the related variables (and constants) next to each other. You can group these in parentheses to make it clear. This is allowed because of the associative rule for multiplication.

When multiplying variables of the same type, you add their exponents together. This gets you:

This is the same as:

### Example Question #2142 : Isee Middle Level (Grades 7 8) Mathematics Achievement

Simplify:

Explanation:

Begin by moving all of the related variables (and constants) next to each other. You can group these in parentheses to make it clear. This is allowed because of the associative rule for multiplication.

When multiplying variables of the same type, you add their exponents together. This gets you:

This is the same as:

### Example Question #2141 : Isee Middle Level (Grades 7 8) Mathematics Achievement

Simplify:

Explanation:

Begin by moving all of the related variables (and constants) next to each other. You can group these in parentheses to make it clear. This is allowed because of the associative rule for multiplication.

When multiplying variables of the same type, you add their exponents together. (All of these variables have exponents of 1.) This gets you:

This is the same as:

### Example Question #23 : Algebraic Concepts

Simplify:

Explanation:

Begin by moving all of the related variables (and constants) next to each other. You can group these in parentheses to make it clear. This is allowed because of the associative rule for multiplication.

When multiplying variables of the same type, you add their exponents together. This gets you:

This is the same as:

### Example Question #51 : Algebra

Simplify:

Explanation:

Begin by moving all of the related variables (and constants) next to each other. You can group these in parentheses to make it clear. This is allowed because of the associative rule for multiplication.

When multiplying variables of the same type, you add their exponents together. This gets you:

This is the same as: