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Constant variable

Such a number is called a "constant". If the number appears in front of a variable, it is sometimes called a "coefficient".

A constant.

coefficient

A constant.

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A term can be a signed number, a variable, or a constant multiplied by a variable or variables. Each term in an algebraic expression is separated by a + sign or J sign. In , the terms are: 5x, 3y, and 8. When a term is made up of a constant multiplied by a variable or variables, that constant is called a coefficient.

Constant variable

The number is called the coefficient of the variable

constant variable

That is simply called a constant.

Such a number is called a "constant". If the number appears in front of a variable, it is sometimes called a "coefficient".

It is called multiplication!

It is called the coefficient of the variable

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