Q: What is the variable fourteen times x?

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It is 14x

The variable c times the variable b simply equals cb. Just as the variable x times the variable y would equal xy, and so on.

(14x)(x)+1 14x^2 + 1

15x = 60 The variable is x.

The number of times that the variable occurs as a factor in the monomial. In other words, the exponent of the variable, e.g., x² - x + 6 is 2nd degree.

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It can be a new variable eg x*y = xy. Or it can be a constant eg x is a variable then 3/x is another variable. x*(3/x) = 3, which is a constant.

The variable c times the variable b simply equals cb. Just as the variable x times the variable y would equal xy, and so on.

(14x)(x)+1 14x^2 + 1

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15x = 60 The variable is x.

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