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Q: How many algebraic terms are there in 2n-4-7 d?

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They are terms of an algebraic expression which can be simplified to: 2s+2d

It would be: 3(7-d) as an algebraic expression

d + 5

d - 6 (or x = d - 6).

It is: d

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They are terms of an algebraic expression which can be simplified to: 2s+2d

It would be: 3(7-d) as an algebraic expression

You have to switch the sign of all terms within the parentheses. For example, -(a - b + c - d) becomes -a + b - c + d

It is: d/7

four terms

The algebraic expression is: d-100

d + 5

The variable is d, in the algebraic expression 7d+2

d - 6 (or x = d - 6).

It is: d

An algebraic expression. 4 = the constant and coefficient term. d = the variable term.

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