What is the constant term in the expression 4x3y + 8x2 + 6x + 5? (Input a numeric value only.) @AbdullahM

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- anonymous

hey @AbdullahM

- AbdullahM

Do you know what the constant is?

- AbdullahM

which number does not have any variable with it?

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- AbdullahM

The variables in this equation are x and y.

- Mehek14

The constant term is the term that stays as a fixed number
so it would be the one which doesn't have a variable attached to it

- AbdullahM

http://www.mathwords.com/c/constant_term.htm

- anonymous

the constant is 4 8 2 5

- Mehek14

no the constant is the one with no variable attached to it

- AbdullahM

Look at the example on: http://www.mathwords.com/c/constant_term.htm

- Mehek14

\(4x^3y\) <- this has 2 variables so it is not a constant

- Mehek14

\(8x^2\) <- this also has a variable so it is not a constant

- Mehek14

\(6x\) <- it also has a variable

- Mehek14

\(5\) <- no variable

- anonymous

so the constant would be 5

- Mehek14

correct

- anonymous

so what now

- Mehek14

your done with your question...

- anonymous

so the answer is 5

- Mehek14

yes

- anonymous

ok thank you can you help me with another one

- Mehek14

sure

- anonymous

ok How many variable terms are in the expression 3x3y + 5x2 + y + 9? (Input a numeric value only.)

- Mehek14

how many do you think?

- anonymous

i have no idea

- Mehek14

does \(3x^3y\) have any variables

- anonymous

ya 2

- Mehek14

so that is 1 variable term

- Mehek14

how many more can you see

- anonymous

1 more

- Mehek14

\(5x^2\) is a variable term

- Mehek14

how about \(y\)?

- anonymous

3 more

- Mehek14

so 3 variable terms in total
\(3x^3y, 5x^2, and~ y\)

- anonymous

thank you can you help me with me last one

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