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Algebra Terms ICTC

The answer to an addition problem Sum
A letter used to represent a changing quantity Variable
A number multiplied by a variable Coeficient
Two numbers or expressions that can be multiplied to get another Factor
A symbol or a combination of symbols representing a value or relation Expression
The answer to a division problem Quotient
The answer to a subtraction problem Difference
a symbol or number placed above and after another symbol or number to denote the power to which the latter is to be raised Exponent
an expression showing the equality of two quantities. Equation
The answer to a multiplication problem Product
A never changing quantity Constant
One of the positive or negative whole numbers Integer
The distance a number is from zero Absolute Value
A positive number and its negative Opposites
The plane spanned by the x and y axis Coordinate Plane
The point (0,0) Origin
The location of a point, ie. (x, y) Ordered Pair
The horizontal axis X-axis
The vertical axis Y-axis
The 4 sections of a coordinate plane Quadrants
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