Q: A word beginning with bi that means mathematics expression with two terms?

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When you have an algebraic expression, the term is "reducing" the expression when you write the expression in fewer terms or smaller multiples.

It's not very easy to tell you the meaning but an example of a term would be: 2x + 5, the 2x and the 5 are the terms of the expression. I hoep that helped.

itsan equation with no equal sign. example xyz*334

In mathematics, accurate means that you get the correct answer, or, if using imprecise processes, that you get close to the real answer.

The product of 7 and 2 is 14. Product means times (multiplication).

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When you have an algebraic expression, the term is "reducing" the expression when you write the expression in fewer terms or smaller multiples.

"teen" is not really a mathematical term.

It means "a Mathematical Expression".

"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.

It is an addend or subtrahend. However, almost nobody who studies mathematics seriously uses these terms.

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It's not. it is an algebraic expression (or a polynomial) containing TWO terms that are not like terms. You can notice it easily in the word itself, "bi" means two.

it is par!