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Q: What is An expression that consists of one or more variables?

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an expression

An algebraic expression can have a mixture of numbers and variables, but it does not contain an equals sign.

It is called an expression.

That sounds like the description of an "expression", except for one detail: an expression MAY have operations, but also, it may not, since numbers and variables are themselves expressions.

An algebraic expression is one or more numbers or variables with any of the math operators. An expression does NOT have an equal sign. An expression can often be simplified but cannot have a solution. Examples 2A - 3 + 6A 52 x 48 100 / 25s

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An expression written with 1 or more variables is called an equasion

A polynomial consists of a series of monomials added or subtracted together. Each monomial consists of one or more variables raised to positive integer powers.

An algebraic expression contains one or more letters that stand for [numeric] variables.

It is a bigger expression.

An algebraic expression includes one or more variables (x, y, a, b) that can have more than one value, especially with regard to each other when there are two or more.

A variable expression.

No, a unary expression consists of one operand and one operator

an expression

An algebraic expression can have a mixture of numbers and variables, but it does not contain an equals sign.

It is an algebraic expression.

polynomial

That sounds like the definition for Recursive Formula.

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