(2x + 5)/(3x + 2); √(x² - 2x + 3) a
It means to rewrite the expression so that it is in its simplest form. You can do this by combining like terms. For example: The equation 2x + 3x = 5 can be simplified to 5x = 5 by combining the "x's".
If you mean: 3x+y-x+y then it is an algebraic expression that can be simplified to 2x+2y
It is 3 terms of an algebraic expression and it is not an equation because it has no equality sign.
(5x -3x) (2y +8y) 2x + 10y
Let the number be x and so the algebraic expression would be: 3x -5
3x + 12 is an algebraic expression. An algebraic expression involves variables, constants or both.
No because it's an algebraic expression that contains 3 terms.
An algebraic expression
It is: 3x+4y which is an algebraic expression
It is an algebraic expression that can be simplified to: 23x-16
It's an algebraic expression such as that: 3x+17
They are terms of an algebraic expression that can be simplified to: 3x+9 or factored to 3(x+3)
3x(2x + 1) over (2x - 1)(2x + 1) Cancel out the 2x + 1 Answer: 3x/2x - 1
It is not possible to find the expression of 2y if f(x) = 2x - 3x.
It is the 2 terms of an algebraic expression in the form of 3x-39
In an algebraic expression, terms are the elements separated by the plus or minus signs. On simplifying further we get: 8 - 5x and it has two terms: 8 & -5x. But, without simplifying we have four terms which are 3x, 8, -2x & -6x.
The expression for example 3x+5y-3 contains three algebraic terms.