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Twenty-three f

A polynomial is always going to be an algebraic expression, but an algebraic expression doesn't always have to be a polynomial. In another polynomial is a subset of algebraic expression.

If an algebraic expression is equivalent to another algebraic expression then it is an equation.

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

A rational algebraic expression is the ratio of two algebraic expressions. That is, one algebraic expression divided by another. It is important that the domain is defined in such a way the the rational expression does not involve division by 0.

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Twenty-three f

There is no official antonym for algebraic expression. The only thing that is the opposite of an algebraic expression is something that is not an algebraic expression.

A polynomial is always going to be an algebraic expression, but an algebraic expression doesn't always have to be a polynomial. In another polynomial is a subset of algebraic expression.

A polynomial is always going to be an algebraic expression, but an algebraic expression doesn't always have to be a polynomial. An algebraic expression is an expression with a variable in it, and a polynomial is an expression with multiple terms with variables in it.

It is an algebraic expression

They are two terms of an algebraic expression.

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Of course! that is the objective of the algebraic expression, isn't it?

An algebraic expression are terms that do not include an equality sign.

An algebraic equation contains an equality sign whereas an algebraic expression has no equality sign

An algebraic expression has 2 or more terms in it without an equality sign.

It is an algebraic expression. An inequality includes '>' or '

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