# How do you simplify 6 3 3

## Simplify term: rule and calculation method

We'll look at how to simplify terms here. Summary of the contents:

• A Explanationhow to simplify terms.
• Lots Examples to simplify terms.
• tasks / Exercises so that you can practice this yourself.
• Videos for dealing with term expressions.
• A Question and answer area to this topic.

Let's look at simplifying terms here. It helps a lot to understand it if you already know the basic arithmetic operations, i.e. addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Also, make sure you understand what a variable is. You already know that? Then go on straight away. Otherwise, please read these two topics briefly first.

### Explanation of simplifying terms

How can you simplify terms? Let's look at rules and calculation methods.

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Rule No. 1: If there are the same variables in terms, then these can be grouped together.

The next three lines show how to summarize terms:

This also works if there is more than one variable. The next three lines show this:

The simplification also works if you use the appropriate numbers. We summarize the terms for this 6xy + 2xy together and then substitute x = 2 and y = 3.

Note:

Rule No. 2: When calculating with terms, the following order must be observed when calculating:

1. Brackets
2. Potencies
3. Point calculation (multiplication and division)
4. Line calculation (addition and subtraction)
5. Left to right
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### Examples simplify term

Can one also simplify more complex terms? Yes, we will also look at an invoice with detailed calculation steps for this.

example 1:

It should be simplified 2x2y3 + 4x2y3. Then x = 4 and y = 3 should be used.

Solution:

First the calculation, then the calculation method is explained in detail:

The calculation method:

• 1st line: The variables in both terms are the same, so we can simply combine 2 + 4 = 6 in the calculation.
• 2nd line: There are multiplication signs between numbers and variables. So that this becomes clear, I have written this down clearly.
• 3rd line: We insert x = 4 and y = 3.
• 4th line: The potencies are calculated first according to the priority rules. We calculate this:
• 42 = 4 · 4 = 16
• 33 = 3 · 3 · 3 = 27
• 5th line: Next, the rule point before line must be observed. We therefore now multiply from:
• 2 · 16 · 27 = 864
• 4 · 16 · 27 = 1728
• 6 · 16 · 27 = 2592
• 6th line: We see that the summary worked with 2592 = 2592.

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### Examples of simplifying terms

This video is about reshaping terms:

• I will show you how to summarize variables in terms.