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can someone find the coefficents, constants, terms and variables of the algebraic expression i attached

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  1. anonymous
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    Click the attachment to find out the equation

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  2. anonymous
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    my brother says there isn't one. he's learninq that now, & you cant subract x from x squared..

  3. anonymous
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    your wrong all of them ned to be answered

  4. anonymous
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    the answer is NO SOLUTION! pretty sure my brother is right. he's in 11th grade!

  5. anonymous
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    make sure you click the attachment, list the coefficents constant term and variable just put them in list form

  6. anonymous
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    I dont need the answer stupid i need the stuff listed

  7. anonymous
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    \[3 x ^{2}-x + 7\]

  8. anonymous
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    yes can you list the term in that equation. List the coefficents, list the constants and list the variables

  9. anonymous
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    do you know what coefficients mean?

  10. anonymous
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    yea but can someone list all of these that are in the equation for me

  11. anonymous
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    3 and -1 are your coefficients

  12. anonymous
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    ok then, what are the coefficients for x and y in ax+by+c=0?

  13. anonymous
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    NO ambrose is the only one helping me

  14. anonymous
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    ambrose what is the term of the equation

  15. anonymous
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    Don't call me stupid. For real, maybe you should make your question more understandable.

  16. anonymous
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    um, there is no point learning the coefficients for this particular problem. How will you find the coefficients of any general problem?

  17. anonymous
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    i am not solving the problemss duhhh

  18. anonymous
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    is 7 a coefficent in the equation

  19. anonymous
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    no it's a constant

  20. anonymous
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    see, you don't know what coefficients and constants mean.

  21. anonymous
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    then dont post them, DUHH!

  22. anonymous
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    dhatra just give her the answer. lol she obviously doesn't want to learn it. less competition in the future. meh.

  23. anonymous
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    what is the terms in the equation above

  24. anonymous
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    are the terms 3x2, x, 7

  25. anonymous
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    3 terms. Terms are separated by addition(+) and subtraction (-). Not mutiplication or division

  26. anonymous
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    Yes you are correct.

  27. anonymous
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    ok i get that

  28. anonymous
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    are the variables: x2 and x

  29. anonymous
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    lol @ ambrose :D

  30. anonymous
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    stop can you answer the damn question

  31. anonymous
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    Where are you guys from? like what state?!

  32. anonymous
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    no need to be rude here. you can't ask for help and then be rude. your only variable is x. Variables are letters or symbols which are not numbers

  33. anonymous
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    what about x2 or since that is attached to a number it doesnt count

  34. anonymous
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    Where are you guys from? like what state?!

  35. anonymous
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    I am from Canada are you stalking me

  36. anonymous
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    Bailey only x is a variable. Not matter what it's attached to it's a variable.

  37. anonymous
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    ok. so is x2 a variable like on, 3x2

  38. anonymous
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    NO. only the letter x.

  39. anonymous
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    ok ok thanx

  40. anonymous
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    that pretty much solves my problems lol

  41. anonymous
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    NO IM NOT STALKING YOU?! Your stupid if you think im gunna stalk someone. Obviously your school don't teach you good? on your math. Thats why iWanted to know! & don't post on here that you need help & then be rude? aha. Pathetic much?

  42. anonymous
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    ok ok take a chill pill why are you on here ur like 5

  43. anonymous
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    Md you are being equally pathetic by attacking her over the internet. Leave it be. Some people don't understand math it's fine I'm sure that her school teaches well. Bailey do not continue this flame war.

  44. anonymous
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    ok ill stop i am actually 12 but in grade 10 I just had trouble with one thing so its not a big deal

  45. anonymous
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    Bailey; excuse me? i am not 5, stupid. Im 15 Thank you. & how can you be 12 & in 10th grade? Ambrose; yeah iAgree. But im not gunna let someone call me stupid?

  46. anonymous
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    I am a gifted child, honestly I skipped grade 4 and they put me in grade 7 so yeah anf i have been 3 years ahead sice

  47. anonymous
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    md, please dont comment any more i am tired of this!! DONT COMMENT

  48. anonymous
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    Would you two please quit it. You're spamming my notifications and I'm trying to help other people. Stop acting like kids!

  49. anonymous
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    Well honestly iThink thats wack? ahah. & tired of what? you callinq me stupid & me havinq every right to say something? but i'll stop ONLY because your 12 (:

  50. anonymous
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    AWW cuz im a cute kid hahaha

  51. anonymous
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    Thats not why i'm stoppinq? your 12. im 3 years older than you. & you live to far away for me to have beef with you? With out even knowinq you? Just a little tip. Im not a nice person when someone calls me anything! So juss don't call me any names & we'll be fine (: ahah

  52. anonymous
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    bailey you told me you are in harvard and graduating soon? LOL you are sad.

  53. anonymous
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    anyway, quit it you two. my inbox is getting spammed. im trying to help others here.

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