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**Step 1:**

The distributive property of multiplication tells us that when multiplying a number by the sum of 2 numbers, the final value is equal to the sum of each addend multiplied by the third number.

For any three numbers a, b and c,

a (b + c) = ab + ac

**Step 2:**

Using distributive property of multiplication:

8(7q + 4) = 8(7q) + 8(4) = 56q + 32

**Step 1:**

The distributive property of multiplication tells us that when multiplying a number by the sum of 2 numbers, the final value is equal to the sum of each addend multiplied by the third number.

For any three numbers a, b and c,

a (b + c) = ab + ac

**Step 2:**

Using distributive property of multiplication:

10(7m + 3n) = 10(7m) + 10(3n) = 70m +30n

**Step 1:**

The distributive property of multiplication tells us that when multiplying a number by the sum of 2 numbers, the final value is equal to the sum of each addend multiplied by the third number.

For any three numbers a, b and c,

a (b + c) = ab + ac

**Step 2:**

Using distributive property of multiplication:

4(8y^{3} + 15) = 4(8y^{3}) + 4(15) = 32y^{3} + 60

**Step 1:**

For any three numbers a, b and c,

a (b + c) = ab + ac

**Step 2:**

Using distributive property of multiplication:

3(9x − 5) = 3(9x) – 3(5) = 27x − 15

**Step 1:**

For any three numbers a, b and c,

a (b + c) = ab + ac

**Step 2:**

Using distributive property of multiplication:

14(8x − 3) = 14(8x) – 14(3) = 112x − 42

**Step 1:**

For any three numbers a, b and c,

a (b + c) = ab + ac

**Step 2:**

Using distributive property of multiplication:

6(12x – 7) = 6(12x) – 6(7) = 72x − 42

**Step 1:**

For any three numbers a, b and c,

a (b + c) = ab + ac

**Step 2:**

Using distributive property of multiplication:

4(3x + 5) = 4(3x) + 4(5) = 12x + 20

**Step 1:**

For any three numbers a, b and c,

a (b + c) = ab + ac

**Step 2:**

Using distributive property of multiplication:

6(x^{2} + 4x) = 6(x^{2}) + 6(4x) = 6x^{2}+ 24x

**Step 1:**

For any three numbers a, b and c,

a (b + c) = ab + ac

**Step 2:**

Using distributive property of multiplication:

9(3y – 4) = 9(3y)– 9(4) = 27y − 36

**Step 1:**

For any three numbers a, b and c,

a (b + c) = ab + ac

**Step 2:**

Using distributive property of multiplication:

5(6x^{2} − 11) = 5(6x^{2})− 5(11) = 30x^{2} − 55

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