Q: What is x plus y in algebra?

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In algebra we consider x,y and z are variables.

The answer to the equation y x - x a would be x(y-1). When letters are used in a math expression, this is a form of math called Pre-Algebra or Algebra.

It is simply: yx which in algebra means y times x

y=x-2 y=x+4

Given two numbers, x and y their difference is |x - y|. |x - y| = x - y if X â‰¥ y and |x - y| = y - x if x < y

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In algebra we consider x,y and z are variables.

The x in y=mx+b is the independent variable. You could solve for x, making this a function of y, with simple algebra. y = mx + b y - b = mx (y-b)/m = x

The answer to the equation y x - x a would be x(y-1). When letters are used in a math expression, this is a form of math called Pre-Algebra or Algebra.

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It equels 10* * * * *The answer depends on the values of x and y.

It is simply: yx which in algebra means y times x

y=x-2 y=x+4

Given two numbers, x and y their difference is |x - y|. |x - y| = x - y if X â‰¥ y and |x - y| = y - x if x < y

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