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anonymous
 one year ago
identify the terms and the coefficients of the expression 182x4y. since the expression involves________ rather than addition, rewright the expression as the____ of the terms: 182x4y= ____________________. so the terms of the expression are ___________ and the coefficients are _____.
anonymous
 one year ago
identify the terms and the coefficients of the expression 182x4y. since the expression involves________ rather than addition, rewright the expression as the____ of the terms: 182x4y= ____________________. so the terms of the expression are ___________ and the coefficients are _____.

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anonymous
 one year ago
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mathstudent55
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0A subtraction can be written as an addition of the opposite. In general, a  b = a + (b) Example: 5x  3y = 5x + (3y) A polynomial is a SUM of terms. If a polynomial shows the terms being subtracted, rewrite the subtractions as additions of the opposite, and that shows the terms. Example: What are the terms of the following polynomial? \(2x^3  3x^2 + 4x  7\) Solution. We rewrite the polynomial showing the sum of the terms: \(2x^3 + (3x^2) + 4x + (7)\) The terms are: \(2x^3,~3x^2, ~4x, ~7\) What this question is doing is to make sure you understand that each term includes the minus sign to its left.

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 one year ago
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