ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS PART 2

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Simplifying Algebraic Expressions- Terms are parts of an algebraic expression that are added. Numbers, variables, and their products, quotients, and powers, can all be terms of an expression. Example: 3x^2+2x+4 has three terms. The first

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ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS PART 2Simplifying Algebraic ExpressionsTerms are parts of an algebraic expression that are added. Numbers, variables, and their products, quotients, and powers, can all be terms of an expression.Example: has three terms. The first term is a single term even though it involves two operations squaring x and multiplying by 3.Coefficient of a term is the numerical factor of the term containing variable. There are two variable terms in expression. The first term has a coefficient 3 and the second term 2x has coefficient 2. There is one constant term which is 4.S

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