Q: How do you find the value of an algebraic expression?

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To find the value of an algebraic expression is to evaluate it.

to simplify!!* * * * *No. It is to EVALUATE.

It means to find the value of an expression or algebraic expression

Simplify !

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to solve for the variable

you have to deduce the variable and evaluate the expression.

Replace each variables in the algebraic expression by its [known] value and calculate the value (ie evaluate) of the algebraic expression.

When the value of a variable in an algebraic expression changes, the value of the expression can change.

you have to use "order of operations"

Evaluate using PEMDAS

you have to use "order of operations"

The answer to the question is given in the question!If you want to find the value of an algebraic expression, then you need to substitute numerical values for each of the variables in the expression, and then calculate and simplify the result.

evaluate. : )

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You replace variables by their assigned values, then do the calculations.

addition

Value

An algebraic expression is a collection of terms but does not include an equality sign.

When a given set of values for the variables are substituted in the expression the result is the value of the expression.

A term often used is "evaluate".

In order for this to be answered you will have to find the value of K. Then you will minus that by 22.

Given a value of x, find the value for -3x + 2

There is no official antonym for algebraic expression. The only thing that is the opposite of an algebraic expression is something that is not an algebraic expression.

Evaluating the expression