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Simplifying Algebraic Expressions

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2-3 Simplifying
Algebraic Expressions Pg. 78 in your books. 7a + 4a + 3b - 6 PARTS OF AN EXPRESSION: A TERM is a number OR the product of a number and variable(s) - separated by addition. LIKE TERMS have identical variables. A COEFFICIENT is a number that multiplies a variable A CONSTANT is a term that has no variable. 3m - 2n + n - 4 Rewrite subtraction as addition to
identify coefficients and constants. Coefficients: Constants: 3 1
-2 -4 Combining as many terms as possible. Simplifying Expressions: 5y + y =

3a + 2 + 4a - 1 = 6y 7a + 1
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