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# Algebraic Termz

a term that is raised to an exponent base
numbers which have a value that does not change constants
a mathematical statement that two expressions are equal equation
indicates the number of times that the base occurs exponent (power)
a mathematical tool used to shorten or condense repeated multiplication exponential notation
a meaningful collection of numbers, variables, and signs of operation expression
includes all positive and negative whole numbers and zero integer
operations that are opposites inverse operations
numbers that cannot be obtained by dividing one integer by another irrational numbers
terms with exactly the same variables raised to the same powers like terms
an equation that contains more than one variable multivariate equation
the number factor of a term numerical coefficient
x+y means the sum of x and y or x plus y (operation) addition
x-y means the difference of x and y or x minus y (operation) subtraction
x•y means the product of x and y or x times y, may be written as (x)(y) or xy (operation) multiplication
x/y means x divided by y or the quotient of x and y (operation) division
a systematic method of evaluating expressions which tells us to evaluate within parentheses first, then exponents, multiply, divide, add, subtract; abbr. PEMDAS, or PEMA order of operations
any number that can be written as one integer divided by another rational numbers
the set of all rational numbers and irrational numbers real numbers
a set of numbers to choose from which replace the variables in an equation to make it true replacement set
a set of numbers that make an equation true solution set
a process of switching or exchanging values, often plugging in a numerical value for a variable substitution
a set of two or more equations that are to be solved for the values of the variables making all the equations true system of equations
a number, or a product of a number and one or more variables terms
the letters that are chosen to stand for numbers variable
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