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In mathematics, there are instances that the value of a certain number may be unknown. A variable is a symbol, usually a letter, used to represent an unknown number. A variable, a number, or a number and variable combined by multiplication or division is called a term. Meanwhile, a single term or a sum of two or more terms is called an algebraic expression.
ENGLISH PHRASE: A number decreased by two.
ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION: x – 2
TERMS RELATED TO ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION
- VARIABLE – It is a symbol, usually a letter, which is used to represent an unknown number.
- COEFFICIENT – It is a number used to multiply a number.
- CONSTANT – It is a fixed value and does not contain a variable.
- TERM – A single mathematical expression.
Writing and Evaluating Algebraic Expressions Worksheets
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