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## What is the term for 5x?

A term can be a signed number, a variable, or a constant multiplied by a variable or variables. In , the terms are: 5x, 3y, and 8. When a term is made up of a constant multiplied by a variable or variables, that constant is called a coefficient. In the term 5x, the coefficient is 5.

**Is 5x and a like term?**

“Like terms” are terms whose variables (and their exponents such as the 2 in x2) are the same. In other words, terms that are “like” each other. Note: the coefficients (the numbers you multiply by, such as “5” in 5x) can be different.

### How many terms are in expression?

A Term is either a single number or a variable, or numbers and variables multiplied together. So, now we can say things like “that expression has only two terms”, or “the second term is a constant”, or even “are you sure the coefficient is really 4?”

**What are terms in an expression?**

Term: Each expression is made up of terms. A term can be a signed number, a variable, or a constant multiplied by a variable or variables. Factor: Something which is multiplied by something else. A factor can be a number, variable, term, or a longer expression.

## What is the 5 in the term 5x?

The numerical part of a term is called its numerical coefficient (or coefficient). In the term 5x, the 5 is the numerical coefficient. 5x means that the variable, x, is multiplied by 5.

**Is 5x a term?**

The 5x is one term and the 7y is the second term. The two terms are separated by a plus sign. The coefficient of the first term is 7. The coefficient of the second term is negative 2.

### Can we multiply unlike terms yes or no?

You can multiply and divide unlike AND like terms.

**Are 5x and 4xy like terms?**

The terms which do not have the same literal coefficients raised to the same powers are called dissimilar or unlike terms. Here, the like terms are 5x2y, – 9yx2 since each of them having the same literal coefficients x2y. And the unlike terms are 4xy2, – xy since each of them having the different literal coefficients.

## What is an expression with 3 terms?

An algebraic expression consisting of three terms is called a trinomial expression. Example: x+y+z is a trinomial expression.

**How many terms are in the algebraic expression 3x?**

It may be a single number (positive or negative), a single variable ( a letter ), several variables multiplied but never added or subtracted. Some terms contain variables with a number in front of them. The number in front of a term is called a coefficient. Examples of single terms: 3x is a single term.

### Is 7 a term?

The two terms are separated by a plus sign. + 7 is a three termed expression. is the second term, and 7 is the third term.

**What are the terms, factors and coefficients of 5x?**

Coefficient: 9 and 2. The factors of 5x (2-y) are 5, x, and (2-y). Identify the terms, coefficients and variables in each of the following expressions. To learn more about algebraic expressions and related concepts, visit www.byjus.com and also, download BYJU’S – The Learning App to get interactive videos of all the important maths concepts.

## What are the terms in the expression 4x?

Terms, Like Terms, Coefficients, and Constants: When we look at the expression, 4x+3−2x−7, we must learn to identify certain vocabulary words that pertain to it. The terms are the number of parts in the expression. In this particular expression, (4x), (3), (–2x), and (–7) are all terms. Because of this, there are four terms in the expression.

**Which is the coefficient of the term 5A?**

For example 5a the coefficient in that term is 5 if you have 48e the coefficient is 48. So the coefficient is the number when you multiply a number times a variable. Comment on sgh07#BringBackBackgrounds’s post “I will try my best to have this make sense: coeff…”

### Which is a binomial 4x or 4x + 5?

4x + 5 has two monomials 4x and 5 and hence it is a binomial. Every binomial is a polynomial as well. So 4x+5 is a polynomial as well. So the correct answers are: binomial and polynomial. ∴ 4x + 5 is a polynomial/binomial.