Q: When plus or minus sign separate an algebraic expression into parts each part is a?

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They may be algebraic terms.

Like terms

The product of 15 and c in algebraic expression is simply 15c, which means 15 times c.

Terms of an Expression

Parts include the index, the radicand, and the radical.

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Each part is then a term of the algebraic expression.

It is a term.

They may be algebraic terms.

They may be algebraic terms.

It is 10/b.

Like terms

they are called terms.

terms

If I remember correctly, they are called terms.

Yes and the parts are terms of the expression.

The product of 15 and c in algebraic expression is simply 15c, which means 15 times c.

"An expression of three terms" means that the expression has three parts, combined by plus or minus signs. Within each of these parts (terms), there can be a single number or variable, or a product or division involving several other pieces.