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What is the leading coefficient?It is the number/variable that is associated withthe highest exponent in a group. An example ofthis would be 56 + xc9. In this case c is theexponent of the biggest value.
Which is the leading coefficient?1. 445+62. c+53. 55+664. 67 + 89
Which is the leading coefficient?1. 445+6 1. 442. c+5 2. Both c and 53. 55+66 3. 64. 67 + 89 4. 8
What are like terms?they are terms like 6c and 5c that share thesame variable. 6cx and 5c aren’t the samevariables so they aren’t like terms though.
Are these like terms?1. 3x & x2. 6y & 5y3. 7y & 7t4. 8f & 0
Are these like terms?1. 3x & x 1. yes2. 6y & 5y 2. yes3. 7y & 7t 3. no4. 8f & 0 4. no
What is a monomial?Something (variable, a constant or coefficientand variable together) with a whole numberexponent (the exponents must always bepositive NEVER negative and they must never bevariables either). It has no adding or subtractionbut may have multiplying and dividing/fractionsif the former isn’t included.
Is this a Monomial?1. 50c5yh92. 65x63. 67/64. 7 - 8f5. vy/66. r-57. c+c8. 7(-8)