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**Algebra** - Basic **Definitions**. It may help you to read Introduction to **Algebra** first ...
A **Term** is either a single number or a variable, or numbers and variables ...

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Math **terminology** from **Algebra** I, **Algebra** II, Basic **Algebra**, Intermediate **Algebra**,
and College ... Base of an Exponential **Expression** ... Domain of **Definition**.

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Translating **Words** into **Algebra** Language Here are some statements in English.
Just below each statement ...

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**Algebra** (originally called al-jabr, **meaning** "restoration") was invented in the
Middle East by Abu Ja'far Muhammad ibn Musa Al-Khwarizmi (born in Baghdad ...

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An explanation of Basic **Algebra Terms** and **terminology**: Operations, **terms**, ...
variable, what is a **term** in **algebra**, **algebra vocabulary words** and **definitions**.

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An **expression** containing variables, numbers, and operation symbols is called an
**algebraic expression**. is an example of an **algebraic expression**.

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A mathematical **expression** that contains variables and describes a pattern or ....
A portion of a line that has a **defined** beginning and end (e.g., the line segment ...

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Addition, a mathematical process to to combine numbers and/or variables into an
equivalent quantity, number or **algebraic expression**. Adding integers, To ADD ...

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This video explains what the **words term**, factor, and coefficient **mean**. Think of an
**expression** as a sentence. A sentence has parts, and so does an **algebraic** ...