Q: Are all terms also expressions

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If they are all multiplied expressions, -7*c*b*a etc then they are all like terms

Multiply out all the brackets (parentheses) and then combine like terms.

Algebraic expressions are terms that do not include an equality sign

Algebraic expressions are terms that do not include an equality sign

Combine 'like' terms.

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There is no limit to the number of terms that are used as expressions.

If they are all multiplied expressions, -7*c*b*a etc then they are all like terms

Multiply out all the brackets (parentheses) and then combine like terms.

Algebraic expressions are terms that do not include an equality sign

Be more specific what is a "term" and an "expression" I am gonna assume by term you mean terms of a sequence, of course you can. Take a sequence of functions, each function is a graph, some of them can be written as expressions. My argument is definitely Calculus.

Algebraic expressions are terms that do not include an equality sign

An expression consists of algebraic terms and has no equality sign

There can be as many as you like.

Terms of an Expression

Combine 'like' terms.

Only like terms can be subtracted or added in algebraic expressions.

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