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Math Algebra

symbols of inclusion parantheses, brackets, and vinculums which are used in a problem to tell what operation to do first
vinculum a bar used in fractions and radicals
expression a collection of numbers, operation symbols, and symbols of inclusion that stands for a number
evaluating finding out the value of an expression
arithmetic operations multiplication, division, adding, subtraction
variable a letter that represents a number
constant a symbol which always stands for the same number
substituting replacing a variable with a constant
terms numbers that are added and subtracted
factors numbers that are multiplied together
equation a sentence which says that one expression is equal to another expression
left member the expression on the left side
right member the expression on the right side
solution a number you can substitute for the variable that makes the sentence true
transform to do the same operation to each member of the equation
Created by: Ballahs4life69