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Math Definitions

This says how many times to multiply that number by itself. exponent
A letter such as x or y that takes the place of a number. variable
Is the number that never changes, and it is added to or subtracted from, the variable. constant
A number used to multiply a variable. It is always in front. coefficient
A single number, or a variable, or numbers and variables multiplied together. term
Terms whose variables are the same. The only difference is the coefficient. like terms
An expression that represents a single value. It has of one or more numbers and operations numerical expression
An expression that contains one or more variables. algebraic expression
The process of replacing variables in the expression with its number. Simplifying the expression. evaluate expression
Says that two things are the same, using mathematical symbols. Has to have an equal sign. equation
Created by: matthew 19