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Q: The numerical factor of a multiplication expression?

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Multiplicand times multiplier equals product. If the expression has a variable, the numerical factor of the variable is the coefficient.

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The product is found in a multiplication expression by multiplying the multiplicand by the multiplierfactor.

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Exponential notation is used to represent repeated multiplication of the same factor.

5.8 is a numerical expression.

A numerical coefficient is a number used as a factor. For example, if you have an expression like 5x2, the number 5 is the coefficient.

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A numerical expression uses numbers and operations. It also has an equal sign. An algebraic expression uses variables and operations. Unlike a numerical expression it does not have an equal sign.

Simplifying an expression is getting rid of any brackets or parentheses, performing as many operations as you can - including combining like terms. To evaluate an expression you would substitute the numerical values of all the variables, carry out all the operations (addition, multiplication etc) in the expression to reach the answer - the numerical value of the expression.

A Numerical Expression is an expression only using numbers.

The base is the repeated factor. The exponent tells how many times the base is repeated.

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A variable expression.

A numerical expression is simply a set of numbers separate by mathematical operations, but without an equality (or inequality) sign. The equality or inequality sign would make it an equation rather than an expression. Examples of mathematical operations are addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, exponents, logarithms, trigonometric functions, factorials.