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An algebraic term is a product having for its factors one and only one numerical factor or coefficient.. For example: 7x is a algebraic term because it is 7xX AND THEREFORE IS A PRODUCT HAVING FOR ITS FACTORS 1 NUMERICAL FACTOR THE NUMBER 7

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