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absolute value: the positive number of any pair of opposite numbers

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Base: the number that is used as a factor with an exponet

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Binomial: a polynomial of only two terms

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consecutive integers: numbers obtained by counting by ones

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Degree of a polynomial: the greatest of the degrees of its terms after it has been simplified

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domain of a variable: the given set of numbers that the variable may represent

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empty set: the set with no members

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equation: a statement formed by placing an equal sign between two numerical or variable expressions

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evaluate an expression: replacing each variable in the expression by a given value and simplifying the result

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factors: when two or more numbers are multiplied, each of the numbers is a factor of the product

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grouping symbols: a device used to enclose an expression that should be simplified before other operations are preformed

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identity: an equation that is true for every value of the variable

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integers: the set consisting of the positive integers, the negative integers, and zero

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monomial: an expression that is either a numeral, a variable, or the product of a numeral and one or more variables

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numerical expression: an expression that names a particular number

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open sentence: a sentence containing one or more variables

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power: the product when a number is multiplied by itself

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quotient: is the result of devision

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real numbers: any number that is either positive, negative, or zero

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similar terms: two monomials that are exactly alike or are the same except for their numerical coefficients

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simplify an expression: replacing an expression containing variables by an equivalent expression with as few terms as possible

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substitution principle: a method of solving a system of linear equations in two variables

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terms: in the sum a+b, a and b are called...

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trinomial: a polynomial of only three terms

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variable: a symbol used to represent one or more numbers

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variable expression: n expression that contains a variable

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whole number: the set consisting of zero and all the positive integers

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