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Algebra 1

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Algebraic expression a generalization that is a combination of variables, numbers (constants and coefficients), and operators
Binomial two term expression; e.g., 4 – 2y, 3a + 1
Degree of polynomial same as the degree of the term in the polynomial with the highest degree
Degree of term sum of the powers on the variables in the term
First degree polynomial polynomial whose highest degree term contains one variable with power of one
Linear equation in one variable a mathematical statement composed of algebraic and/or numeric expressions set equal to each other
Linear inequality in one variable a mathematical statement composed of algebraic and/or numeric expressions set apart by an inequality symbol
Literal equations equations in which all or part of the terms are expressed in variables
Monomial one term expression; e.g., –2.5x, 3x/7
Polynomial expression monomial or sum of monomials not including variables in the denominator or under a radical
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