Chapter 1: 1-3 Algebraic Expressions

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Chapter 1: 1-3 Algebraic Expressions
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  1. Vocabulary Terms
    # of terms= 5
    • Vocabulary Terms
    • # of terms= 5
  2. What does the term Evaluate mean?
    When you substitute a number for each variable in the expression.
  3. What does the term Term mean?
    An expression that is a number, variable, or product of a number and one or more variables.
  4. What does the term Coefficient mean?
    A numerical factor of a term.
  5. What does the term Constant Term mean?
    A term with no variables.
  6. What does the term Like Terms mean?
    Are terms that have the same variables raised to the same powers.
  7. Concept Summary - Properties for Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
    Let a, b, & c represent real numbers.
  8. Definition of Subtraction
    Let a, b, & c represent real numbers.
    a-b=a+(-b)
  9. Definition of Division
    Let a, b, & c represent real numbers.
    a÷b== a ⋅ , b≠0
  10. Distributive Property for Subtraction
    Let a, b, & c represent real numbers.
    a(b-c)=ab-ac
  11. Multiplication by 0
    Let a, b, & c represent real numbers.
    0⋅a=0
  12. Multiplication by -1
    Let a, b, & c represent real numbers.
    -1⋅a=-a
  13. Opposite of a Sum
    Let a, b, & c represent real numbers.
    -(a+b)=-a+(-b)=-a-b
  14. Opposite of a Difference
    Let a, b, & c represent real numbers.
    -(a-b)=-a+b=b-a
  15. Opposite of a Product
    Let a, b, & c represent real numbers.
    -(ab)=-a⋅b=a⋅(-b)
  16. Opposite of a Opposite
    Let a, b, & c represent real numbers.
    -(-a)=a

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