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2.An expression used to determine the relationship between two or more variables.
4.The rule where multiplication of numbers distributes over addition and subtraction is known as the _______ property
11.An expression which contains two or more terms and combining operations is known as _________ expression
12.Two different equations that have the same solution(s) are said to be ________.
13.A statement that the values of two mathematical expressions are equal (indicated by the sign =).
14.Two terms that have the same variables raised to the same exponent are called ____ terms.
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1.A value that does not change
3.A number or a constant multiplied by a term in an algebraic expression.
5.A variable in a function that assumes values freely or independently is said to be _________.
6.A relation between two algebraic expressions that are not equal, expressed using symbols like <, >, ≤, ≥.
7.A variable in a function that changes due to the independent variable is known as ___________ variable
8.This item shows the power of a number. The power is always written is superscript
9.The act of breaking up an algebraic expression into two or more expressions that can be multiplied together to get the original expression.
10.A value that changes. It means that the value is inconsistent.

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