The coefficient in an expression is the multiplier of the variable in the equation. Here, the coefficient would be 6.
It is: 3
In the expression 6n+3 the variable or the unknown is n
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n is the variable.
6 is the coefficient of n in this expression.
3 is called the constant term and the 6n is called the linear term.
3 is called a constant term.
It is: d
In the expression 5x + 3, the coefficient is 5.
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.