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What is the coefficent of m

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    is there even a coefficent?? I am also not sure of that so that is pretty much part of my question. I am not sure because this is just a single variable nothing else

  2. myininaya
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  3. anonymous
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    coefficient is the number of times you multiply a variable in an equation. so for example, in 2x+3y=18, you multiply x by 2 and add it to 3 times y to get 18. so if you have m+1 = 18, you multiply m by 1 and add 1 to it to get 18. therefore, coefficient of m is 1.

  4. myininaya
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    the number in front of m is the coeifficent

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