The numerical factor of a term is called the "coefficient."
In Algebra a term is either a single number or variable, or numbers and variables multiplied together.
The number is called the coefficient of the variable
In Algebra a term is either: * a single number, or * a variable, or * numbers and variables multiplied together.
Well, it really depends on the problem. A variable can be multiplied by just about any number.
It is the coefficient of the variable
A term in an expression?
The number that is multiplied to a variable.