Constants (numbers), variables, the four basic operations of arithmetic (+, -, *, /) as well as brackets and indices (including negative and fractional ones).
An expression is non polynomial if it has : negative exponent fractional exponent variable exponent in the radicand
It would be -2 - x .
It could be: -3/8+4x-9z as an algebraic expression
x+(-8)This simplifies to x-8
It is 8*(-4)N which is -32N
It means that the term for which 3 is the coefficient is meant to be subtracted.
x is non negative and x is not greater than 0
-15 ----- n (-15 over a variable)
A factor is a number or algebraic expression by which another is exactly divisible. A positive factor is a factor that is a positive number as opposed to a negative one.
A polynomial is really an algebraic expression that consists of two or more monomials. A monomial is a number, a variable, or a product of a number with non-negative exponents. Some examples of polynomials are: 2x+3y-1;3bc+7cd-y;7mny-my+n To be exact, polynomials is any expression with the lowest power of unknown as 0 or more. 6z+5, 5x4+9x-1 are some examples of polynomials. However, if the unknown is in the denominator, it is not a polynomial. Also, if the expression has a negative power like 3-2, it will become a fraction when you remove the negative sign (3-2 = 1/32).-42 is a polynomial because it is also -42x0 except that people do not need to write the x0 since x0 = 1 and when you multiply -42x0, it still ends up becoming -42.
By "inequations" I assume you mean "inequalities" because I can't think of anything else other than equations where the equation sign is crossed, and I don't think you mean that. Most algebraic operations work the same in equations and inequalities; one thing to be wary with is multiplying or dividing both sides of an inequality by a negative number. Take the inequality 3 < 4. If you multiply both sides by -1, you get -3 < -4, which is incorrect; so, when you multiply or divide both sides of an inequality, be sure to invert the inequality sign. Also, when the sign of an algebraic expression is ambiguous, I sometimes use the square of the expression, as the square of an algebraic expression not involving complex numbers will be positive; I do this to be a bit "surer" of the sign. However, this may introduce more problems, of which extraneous solutions are only the tip of the iceberg. Sorry for the rather unnecessarily verbose answer.
The expression "-b".
If you are implying the expression can only have two terms than any expression where the second subtracted negative term is larger than the first negative term would work to give you a negative answer. e.g. (-4) - (-1) = -3, (-10) - (-3) = -7, (-412) - (-15) = -397, etc.
positive, negative, undefined slopes
The equivalent expression of 10x-11x is -x, or negative x.
an unsolvable algebraic expression. It isn't equal to anything so it isn't an equation. It contains 2 variables x and n so without more info that is it.
have separated positive and negative areas.
Divided means separated into parts. The " un " prefix indicates negative or " not ". The common expression " your undivided attention " means your complete and total focus.
Polynomials are the simplest class of mathematical expressions. The expression is constructed from variables and constants, using only the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and non-negative integer exponents.
It is an algebraic equation.