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Q: How to identify a term in algebra 2?

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A term is a single part of an expression or of an equation in algebra.

'Part' is not a term used in Algebra.

It is an algebraic term and it means 2 times x

In the equation 2x = 6 the coefficent of x is 2

Algebra is not judgemental, so there is no such term.

It is a single term

A term.

Algebra 2 is not just a repeat of algebra, you are still studying the form of math called algebra but algebra is a wide topic and in Algebra 2 your simply getting into the more advanced aspects of that topic.

there is no such thing as Integrated Algebra 2 but they represent the same concept

In algebra, a term can either be a single number, a variable or a combination of a number and a variable. For example, in 3x + 2 = 11, the terms are 3x, 2 and 11.

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the term used 2 identify some merchandise licensing agents

A base is a number in a term that has an exponent on it. e.g. x^2: x is the base log2(8) 2 is the base

A variable in algebra is an unknown quantity as for example in the term 5y the variable is y

It depends on your school, but it is usually Algebra 1, Algebra 2, then Geometry.

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They are 1/2 the previous term and so the next term will be -32

n2 - 1(4)2 - 116 - 1= 15====

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To do WELL in Algebra 2, you will need to remember part of Algebra 1. However, your teacher should go over part of Algebra 1. I did poorly in Algebra 1, though Algebra 2 now makes sense to me simply because I needed to understand it to understand Algebra 2, and I was able to infer the things that I was unsure of.

Math is taught like this: Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Trigonometry. Algebra I is similar to Algebra 2, but Algebra 2 has more difficult concepts, such as imaginary numbers. Added: I would have put statistics and trig in between Algebra 2 and Pre-calculus. You review trig in precalculus and statistics is the first transferable math course in college.

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