Q: To find the value of an expression you need to?

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

You evaluate the expression !! :)

Replace each variable in the expression by its value and then find the value of the expression.

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 means find the value of.To evaluate an expression, if there are any variables replace them by their values. Then, using BIDMAS/PEMDAS, calculate the value of the expression.Evaluate means find the value of.To evaluate an expression, if there are any variables replace them by their values. Then, using BIDMAS/PEMDAS, calculate the value of the expression.Evaluate means find the value of.To evaluate an expression, if there are any variables replace them by their values. Then, using BIDMAS/PEMDAS, calculate the value of the expression.Evaluate means find the value of.To evaluate an expression, if there are any variables replace them by their values. Then, using BIDMAS/PEMDAS, calculate the value of the expression.

Take the value of each variable in the expression and replace the variable by its value. Then do the math!

It is called "to evaluate" the expression.

Find the value of the expression.

To "evaluate" an expression, you need to know the value for the variables.

You cannot solve an expression. You need an equation or inequality.You cannot solve an expression. You need an equation or inequality.You cannot solve an expression. You need an equation or inequality.You cannot solve an expression. You need an equation or inequality.

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

Inequality

you have to deduce the variable and evaluate the expression.

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

Evaluate.

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Absolute value can be defined as the distance from the expression to zero. Therefore, the absolute value of 13 is 13.

The expression cannot be simplified nor is it possible to find its value without information about m and n.The expression cannot be simplified nor is it possible to find its value without information about m and n.The expression cannot be simplified nor is it possible to find its value without information about m and n.The expression cannot be simplified nor is it possible to find its value without information about m and n.

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

You evaluate it.

The answer will depend on what c represents. Furthermore, there probably is no value of c such that each expression is a perfect square - you will need different values of c for different trinomials.The answer will depend on what c represents. Furthermore, there probably is no value of c such that each expression is a perfect square - you will need different values of c for different trinomials.The answer will depend on what c represents. Furthermore, there probably is no value of c such that each expression is a perfect square - you will need different values of c for different trinomials.The answer will depend on what c represents. Furthermore, there probably is no value of c such that each expression is a perfect square - you will need different values of c for different trinomials.

Rather, of an expression.

Simplify !

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