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Q: What is a mathematical phrase that can include numbers variable and operational symbols?

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Coefficients are the numbers directly in front of a variable. Variables are letters in place of numbers in a mathematical problem . For example the expression, "2x" has a variable and a coefficient. The variable is the letter x, and the coefficient is the number 2. The coefficient is NEVER a letter, and is always a number. Coefficients and variables can be used in both scientific and algebraic expressions.

Algebraic expressions are mathematical phrases that contain numbers, operations and at least one variable. An example of an algebraic expression would be : 4x + 3= 9x.

Algebraic expressions is a mathematical phrase that contains operations numbers or variables.

An expression

An expression.

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you would call that an expression

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An expression.

Yes. It is equal to zero. Yes, mathematical expressions can contain numbers, variables, and mathematical operations but do not contain an equal sign or inequality sign.

algebraic expression is a mathematical phrase that can contain ordinay numbers variable like (x,y)

It is a combination of numbers and variables, linked together by mathematical functions. For example sqrt(2y/3*7.34*pi) where y is some variable. Given the value(s) of the variable(s) it is possible to evaluate (find the value of) the expression.

The term "numerical" means "involving numbers" and the term "expression" means "phrase". So a numerical expression is a mathematical phrase involving only numbers and one or more operational symbols.

Putting a question mark at the end of a bunch of mathematical terms does not make it a meaningful question.

Coefficients are the numbers directly in front of a variable. Variables are letters in place of numbers in a mathematical problem . For example the expression, "2x" has a variable and a coefficient. The variable is the letter x, and the coefficient is the number 2. The coefficient is NEVER a letter, and is always a number. Coefficients and variables can be used in both scientific and algebraic expressions.

A mathematical expression is a mathematical phrase that consist numbers variables and signs of operation example: x(variable) + 5(number)=7 so the value of x is 2 -Kennethn 10 yrs. old :]

z would be a variable in a mathematical equation such as (3*6=3z) in that instance the answer would be 6 but to answer your question and number could end in z but technically no numbers end in z because it is a variable.

the variable that decribes the numbers are reallt tricky to understand but the variable is the dependent variable! (pretty sure but not completely) hope it help you!

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