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Identify the terms and constant of the expression its attached :D I need help with the second problem please help :)

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  1. bay
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  3. Shadowys
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    note: constants are the terms without the variables. i.e. for the first it's -12

  4. bay
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    this is for number 1?

  5. Shadowys
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    yes. try the second one :)

  6. bay
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    okay

  7. bay
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    how did you get -12 do you mind explainig like how?

  8. Shadowys
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    for \(\frac{3m}{2n}-12\) note that m and n can be changed their value, but -12 cannot, so -12 is a constant value.

  9. bay
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    oh okay thanks :) so same with other one?

  10. Shadowys
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    yup! :)

  11. bay
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    shadow i need help with the other one?

  12. Shadowys
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    for the next, \(z^3 -6x+4\) only 4 has no variables, so it's the constant.

  13. bay
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    thank you so much shadow i appreicite it

  14. Shadowys
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    you're welcome :)

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