An Instance variable is a variable that is attached to a class instance or object.
That refers to a variable attached to an object - also known as a field.
Characters that appear in front of variables are often; either a constant (any designated number) which is often called a coefficient, a different variable, or an operator such as an integrand or derivative.
a variable minus a number and the same variable is b-6b= -5b
the number next to a variable that multiplies the variable
the coefficient of the variable
Just the number, for example: 7x the variable is 7. The variable is the number without the variable(x,y,z, etc.)
The number in front of the variable is called the coefficient
not unless you know what number the variable stands for
A coefficient is a number that multiplies a variable.
The number is called the coefficient of the variable