IN MATH: 1. v. to make less complex; to write in fewer terms; to combine like terms; to perform the indicated operation(s); to make easier looking. EX. Simplify: 3x - 5 + 9x - 2(3x - 6).EX. Simplify: .

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IN ENGLISH: 1.v. to make easier. EX. In trying to simplify her life, Samantha shortened her name to Sam, sold her house and moved into a condo [condominium].

APPLICATION: See list 0.

1. Simplify: 3x - 5 + 9x - 2(3x - 6).

2. Simplify:.

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