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# What are the different classification of algebraic expression according to the number of term?

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### How is an algebraic expression different form an algebraic equation?

An algebraic equation contains an equality sign whereas an algebraic expression has no equality sign

### How can you have different values in algebraic expressions?

When the value of a variable in an algebraic expression changes, the value of the expression can change.

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An algebraic expression is a collection of different terms that does not include an equality sign

### What is unlike terms of algebraic expression?

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### How is an equation different from an algerbraic expression?

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### What is the part of an algebraic expression that is separated by positive or negative operations?

Each term in an algebraic expression is separated by plus &amp; minus 5x + 4 = 12x has two different terms (5x, 4). Good answer. Actually the equation has three terms, 5x, 4 and 12x.

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A polynomial is a function or expression that has two or more algebraic terms. Usually, each term has a different exponential power.

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### What is the different between 'factorization' and 'expansion'?

Usually they are opposite processes. Factorisation is taking an algebraic expression and partitioning it into factors in brackets (or parentheses). Expansion is taking such brackets and multiplying them out to a simple - if lengthy - expression.

### How do you write in algebraic expression subtract 4 from n then divide by 5?

(n-4)/5 Remember p.e.m.d.a.s. The parentheses signify which part of the expression to do first. They are very important. You get a different answer without them.