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Q: What is each part of an algebraic expression separated by a plus or minus sign called?

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As an algebraic expression it is: 3y-5

It is: minus five multiplied by n = -5n

The algebraic expression is 4q-3

50 - 5 Ã· i

y2-y-72 is an algebraic expression that can be factored as: (y+8)(y-9)

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An algebraic expression.

They are terms of an algebraic expression

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

If I remember correctly, they are called terms.

An algebraic expression

12

It is the same as: -2q-3 as an algebraic expression

It is a term.

It is y - 12.

12 - m

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