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What does simplify mean in maths?
What does simplify mean in maths?
Oct 6, 2019
Simplify Definition with Examples To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms by canceling to the lowest common factor for both numerator and denominator or to condense an algebraic expression by grouping and combining similar terms. Simplifying makes a algebric expression easily understandable and solvable.
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Karina Galperin: Should we simplify spelling? (with English subtitles) | TED
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How much energy and brain power do we devote to learning how to spell? Language evolves over time, and with it the way we spell is it worth it to spend so much time memorizing rules that are filled with endless exceptions? Literary scholar Karina Galperin suggests that it may be time for an update in the way we think about and record language.
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Simplify an expression by applying distributive property across parenthesis and brackets
👉 Learn how to simplify mathematics expressions. A mathematis expression is a finite combination of numbers and symbols formed following a set of operations or rules. To simplify a mathematics expression means to reduce the expression into simpler form.
For expressions having parenthesis, the parenthesis is first cleared using distribution property starting from the innermost parenthesis, if the parenthesis is nested. Then the expression is simplified by combining terms having the same variable(s) following the given operation(s).
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6 Easy Ways To Simplify Your First Home Purchase | Daily Podcast
Whether you’re buying an investment property or a personal residence, the first time you purchase a house can be really daunting. It seems like there are so many things to consider and so many things that can go wrong. Plus, you’ve probably heard a bunch of horror stories and know how fast the market is moving. You might wonder if you can even compete.
Drown out that noise and adopt an abundant mindset. There are plenty of deals to go around! There are also some great incentives for firsttime buyers, so educate yourself and be prepared to take action when the right opportunity comes along.
Just like anything else in real estate, creating a system and following a process can streamline and simplify things, leaving you with much less fear and anxiety. So if you’re considering a first purchase, here’s my advice to you and some steps you can take.
1. Figure Out Your Goals
Are you buying a personal residence? Is it a house hack that you will rent out fully in a year? Are you buying this property to live in for a few years and then keep as a rental later? It’s important that you know the answers to these questions up front—as well as what your longterm goals and plans are. This will largely define your budget.
For example, if you’re house hacking but not initially covering the entire mortgage with your tenants’ rent, will this property cash flow once you move out? Or if you’re buying a personal residence and it’s your forever home, you probably have much more wiggle room for upgrades and extras.
I actually encourage you to get the things that you want (if you can afford them and they will bring you joy) because it’s important that you love your home and appreciate the investment. If it’s not your forever home or a house you see yourself in for a long time, it’s important that it not get overly emotional.
2. Speak To a Lender
Ideally, your lender will be someone who understands investments—not someone who just cares about the sale. You want to find someone who will be willing to listen to you, understand your goals, and give you a product that works best for you.
You might not find this person right away, and that’s OK. Not all lenders are created equal. Keep looking until you find the one that you want. Don’t be afraid to shop around.
3. Finalize Your Budget
Once you’ve found a great lender, figure out exactly what your budget is. And I don’t mean how much you can afford—I mean what is within the limits of your goals. If you know that market rent in an area is only $1,000, you don’t want your mortgage payment to be $1,100, because you will have a negative cash flow every month.
4. Find a Great Agent
This is similar to finding a great lender. You need to find someone who is going to listen to you and someone who wants to work for you. Make sure they understand your goals and the market. Make sure that they help you understand the process and at least have a general knowledge of the rental side of real estate.
This is a good time to talk with a property manager, as well—especially if you’re considering renting the property in the future. Before you make an offer, make sure you know exactly what the market rent range is.
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