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A polynomial of degree zero is a constant term

The grouping method of factoring can still be used when only some of the terms share a common factor A True B False

The sum or difference of p and q is the of the x-term in the trinomial

A number a power of a variable or a product of the two is a monomial while a polynomial is the of monomials

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How do you write an expression?

How do you write an expression


Which comes first brackets or parentheses?

Brackets tends to be an English expression, Parentheses is used in the USA and elsewhere. Technically, Parentheses are rounded brackets but this really doesn't matter in mathematics as long as different shaped brackets/parentheses are used to separate the various elements of a mathematical expression.


What is the different between 'factorization' and 'expansion'?

Usually they are opposite processes. Factorisation is taking an algebraic expression and partitioning it into factors in brackets (or parentheses). Expansion is taking such brackets and multiplying them out to a simple - if lengthy - expression.


What is the expression 6 open brackets x plus 7 close brackets expanded?

6(x + 7) = 6x + 42


How do you write a expression with three terms?

how do you write an expression with three terms


How do you write expression in french?

the same : expression


How many different answers can you get by inserting one pair of brackets in this expression?

That will be difficult to answer without seeing the expression. Best guess: One less than the number of terms in the expression.


How do you simplify a expression for an area problem?

The answer depends on what expression you do have and for what kind of shape!


How can you explain if you can write a division expression as a decimal?

You can always write a numerical division expression as a decimal.


Are there any uses for setting out bracket sums?

Yes. The default order of evaluating expressions is BODMAS/PEMDAS. To change that order, parts of the expression need to be put in brackets (parentheses). Yes. The default order of evaluating expressions is BODMAS/PEMDAS. To change that order, parts of the expression need to be put in brackets (parentheses). Yes. The default order of evaluating expressions is BODMAS/PEMDAS. To change that order, parts of the expression need to be put in brackets (parentheses). Yes. The default order of evaluating expressions is BODMAS/PEMDAS. To change that order, parts of the expression need to be put in brackets (parentheses).


How do you write 147ABC as an expression?

You write it exactly as in the question.


What does multiply out the exspresion mean?

It means calculate the value of the expression (i.e. simplify) by mutiplying. So, as a completely random example, if you have an expression like: x(x + 1) then, in this particular case, you would multiply what is outside of the brackets by each term inside the brackets to get: x2 + x.

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