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the constant is just the number eg: 2x+1 : 1 is the constant

coefficient of the term 14z:
it is the number before the letter
example:
6c
the coefficient is 6

So the constant would be 18?

-18. Don't forget the sign.

Oh, okay! So the coefficients are 4, 11, 14..? (:

Mmm.. either none or -18.

None?

No. It's not none.
If I have \(\huge y\). It means \(\huge 1y\). So the coefficient is 1.

-18 is your constant!

If it's none, then it shouldn't be in the expression because it is 0.

Also, so if it is a negitive number it doesnt count as a coefficient?

Oh, okay.
So a term is a number or letter?

Yes. A term could be \(\huge6z, 9, -11xy, 99s^2,... \)

Thank you so much.

Sure no problem! :)

If I need help again, can I tag you?

Of course! :)

What do you mean?

There are words that I have to match with deffintions. Can you help?

Yeah sure.