Q: What is the coefficient in 9b to the 2?

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9b2 , if you mean 9b^(2) then the coefficient is the large prefix number, in this case '9'.

Radical 2 is a number, it does not have a coefficient.

2X 2 is the coefficient

8b^2 -9b +1 8b^2 -8b -b +1 8b(b-1) - 1(b-1) (8b-1)(b-1)

2a + 3 - 9b - a - 7 Bring like terms together: = 2a - a - 9b + 3 - 7 Combine like terms: = a - 9b - 4

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9b2b is the base.==========9 is the coefficient of the variable term.2 is the exponent.

If the question is, "What is the coefficient of 9b2 ?".......then the answer is 9.

9b2 , if you mean 9b^(2) then the coefficient is the large prefix number, in this case '9'.

(27a)2 = 729a2 (9b)3 = 729b3 So (27a)2 + (9b)3 = 729*(a2 + b3)

2

Radical 2 is a number, it does not have a coefficient.

2X 2 is the coefficient

8b^2 -9b +1 8b^2 -8b -b +1 8b(b-1) - 1(b-1) (8b-1)(b-1)

Since 3b is a factor of 9b, it is automatically the GCF.

8 is the coefficient. A coefficient is the number in front of a variable.

3A + 9B = 3(A + 3B)

9