Q: What is the 5 called in this expression 4 5?

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the weirdo

The expression IS 5*4 - 8.

5 + 4 = 9

4/5 times 9/2

The algebraic expression for "4 less than the sum of a number and 5" is (n + 5) - 4, where n represents the unknown number.

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the weirdo

In the expression 45 the 4 is the base and the 5 is the exponent.

4^5 5 is the exponent.

It is called a denominator.

The expression IS 5*4 - 8.

Expression 1: 2x + 5 - 3y Expression 2: 7(2x + 5 - 3y) Expression 3: 7xy(2 + 5 - 3) Expression 4: 7x(2+5+3y)

5 x -4

45 - The number at the bottom (4) is the base; the small number at the top (5) is the exponent.

By changing the sign of the second number.

5 + 4 = 9

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4/5 times 9/2