dp + dv + gp + gv

Explanation

This problem illustrates the distributive property of mathematics which states that when you have an equation that contains both multiplication and addition statements, you can "distribute" the multipliers.

For this problem:

(d + g)(p + v)

d(p + v) + g(p + v)

dp + dv + gp + gv

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