Q: What does terms of an expression mean?

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It is two terms of an algebraic expression but if you mean -3 times -9 then it is 27

The expression, "is at most" is stating that there is no higher terms than what is being stated.

If you mean: 3x^2 +4y-1 then the given expression has 3 terms.

In math expression means when you have a number sentence without an equal sign.A mathematical or algebraic expression is a collection of terms that do not include an equality sign because it is not an equation. A mathematical or algebraic expression is a collection of terms that do not include an equality sign because it is not an equation.

An algebric expression can have any number of terms.

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There is no expression or term because there is no such thing as subtruction.

An algebraic expression is a collection of terms with no equality sign

An expression is a collection of algebraic terms that does not include an equality sign

An algebraic expression is a collection of terms with no equality sign

It is two terms of an algebraic expression but if you mean -3 times -9 then it is 27

The expression, "is at most" is stating that there is no higher terms than what is being stated.

It means "a Mathematical Expression".

A mathematical expression of a natural law.

If you mean 11y+3 then there are two terms

If you mean: 3x^2 +4y-1 then the given expression has 3 terms.

how do you write an expression with three terms