Q: What is the method of treating units as algebraic quantities that can be cancelled called?

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Factors

It is called a term.

An algebraic expression that is not equal (Such as 3=0) is called an inequality, and can be expressed as 3≠0.

An algebraic term.

If I understand the question correctly, it is when the algebraic equation (or inequality) is true.

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Factors

product

It is called a term.

variables

The quotient of two quantities called a ratio.

An algebraic expression that is not equal (Such as 3=0) is called an inequality, and can be expressed as 3≠0.

All other quantities which described in terms of base quantities are called base quantities.

To find the value of an algebraic expression is to evaluate it.

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An algebraic term.

It's called an algebraic expression.

What is it called when two quantities are not equal