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Q: What is a number before a variable in a term?

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

the coefficient of the variable

It is the coefficient of the unknown variable.

It is simply a variable term.

It is the coefficient of the variable.

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The coefficient

A number before a variable (letter) is called the coefficient of the variable. Both of them makes a term, or a monomial.

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

The correct answer is Monomial , but you can say Term

It is a term.

the coefficient of the variable

its the number before the variable. example: 2x itd be 2

Term- a number, a variable, or a product of numbers and variables.

It is called a term.

a constant is a number with no variable

The coefficient of the variable.

It is the coefficient of the unknown variable.

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