## Introductory Algebra for College Students (7th Edition)

$\frac{6(-10+3)}{2(-15)-9(-3)}$ First add inside the parentheses of the numerator. $\frac{6(-7)}{2(-15)-9(-3)}$ Then multiply in the numerator and the denominator. $\frac{(-42)}{(-30)-(-27)}$ $\frac{-42}{-30+27}$ Then add in the denominator. $\frac{-42}{-3}$ Then divide 14