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Term number: A number that tells the position of a term in a pattern

... is still a term. a term doesn't have to have a variable in it.

The numerical factor of a term is called the "coefficient."

The numerical factor of a term is called the "coefficient."

Any number can be the nth term of a suitable AP.

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Term number: A number that tells the position of a term in a pattern

A number is a single term so there cannot be a 50th term for a number.

the term number is 7

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13

A term is a number or the product of a number and variable(s).

The term number is given by n.

what term is formed by multiplying a term in a sequence by a fixed number to find the next term

It is called a constant term. It is number only and contains no variables

The correct answer is Monomial , but you can say Term

It is the square of the previous term.

... is still a term. a term doesn't have to have a variable in it.

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