Q: What in terms is inegration?

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FOIL. First terms Outer terms Inner terms Last terms

three terms three terms

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"Like terms" are terms whose variables (and their exponents such as the 2 in x2) are the same. In other words, terms that are "like" each other.

When you have an expression consisting of several terms added together, and they are not all like terms, and there are like terms separated by unlike terms, you use the commutative law of addition to rearrange the terms so that the like terms are next to each other.

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Unlike terms.

univocal terms equivocal terms analogous terms

"Defined items" are defined in terms of "undefined terms".

Unlike terms are terms in an equation that are different. These terms cannot be combined. Like terms, however, can be combined.

FOIL. First terms Outer terms Inner terms Last terms

like terms - are terms that have identical variable parts and constant terms

three terms three terms

Like terms are terms that have the same combination of variables.

You use the FOIL method. First terms Outer terms Inner terms Last terms.

"Defined items" are defined in terms of "undefined terms".

Adding together the terms and dividing them by the number of terms gives the arithmetic mean.

DISIMILAR TERMS are terms with different variables while the similar terms has the same variable!