- What is in the simplest form?
- What is 5.5 as a fraction in simplest form?
- How do I multiply fractions?
- Are 2x and like terms?
- How do you know when you are finished gathering like terms?
- When combining like terms what goes first?
- Are constants like terms?
- Are 2×2 and like terms or not like terms?
- Are XY and YX like terms?
- What are similar terms in math?
- What does constant mean in math?
- What are the two methods that you can use in subtracting polynomials?
- What are the steps in multiplying polynomials?
- How do you simplify Monomials?
- What are polynomials 5 examples?

## What is in the simplest form?

What is simplest form? A fraction is in simplest form if the top and bottom have no common factors other than 1. In other words, you cannot divide the top and bottom any further and have them still be whole numbers. You might also hear simplest form called “lowest terms”.

## What is 5.5 as a fraction in simplest form?

Step 1: Write down the number as a fraction of one:

- 5.5 = 5.51.
- 5.51 = (5.5 × 10)(1 × 10) = 5510.
- (55÷5)(10÷5) = 112 when reduced to the simplest form.

## How do I multiply fractions?

The first step when multiplying fractions is to multiply the two numerators. The second step is to multiply the two denominators. Finally, simplify the new fractions. The fractions can also be simplified before multiplying by factoring out common factors in the numerator and denominator.

## Are 2x and like terms?

Like Terms. Terms whose variables (such as x or y) with any exponents (such as the 2 in x2) are the same. 7x and 2x are like terms because they are both “x”.

## How do you know when you are finished gathering like terms?

If the variable part is the same in two terms, they’re called like terms . Examples : 3x and 5x are like terms; 3x and 5y are unlike terms.

## When combining like terms what goes first?

Move around the terms in the expression such that like terms are placed side by side before we combine them either by adding or subtracting. Don’t forget also to keep the original signs in front of each term when you move them around.

## Are constants like terms?

Like terms are terms that contain the same variable raised to the same power. In 5x + y – 7 the terms are 5x, y and -7 which all have different variables (or no variables) so there are no like terms. Constants are terms without variables so -7 is a constant. The coefficients are 4, -5 and 3 and the constant is 6.

## Are 2×2 and like terms or not like terms?

Like terms are terms that have the same exponent AND the same variable or variables. For example, 2x and –5x are like terms, and 3y2 and y2 are like terms.

## Are XY and YX like terms?

Terms obey the associative property of multiplication – that is, xy and yx are like terms, as are xy2 and y2x.

## What are similar terms in math?

In algebra, like terms are terms that have the same variables and powers. The coefficients do not need to match. Unlike terms are two or more terms that are not like terms, i.e. they do not have the same variables or powers.

## What does constant mean in math?

A constant, sometimes also called a “mathematical constant,” is any well-defined real number which is significantly interesting in some way. A function, equation, etc., is said to “be constant” (or be a constant function) if it always assumes the same value independent of how its parameters are varied. …

## What are the two methods that you can use in subtracting polynomials?

Subtraction of polynomials can be solved in two methods. (ii) Remove the parentheses by changing the sign of each term of the polynomial expression which is in the parentheses. (iii) Arrange the like terms. (iv) Finally add the like terms to find the required subtraction.

## What are the steps in multiplying polynomials?

Step 1: | Distribute each term of the first polynomial to every term of the second polynomial. Remember that when you multiply two terms together you must multiply the coefficient (numbers) and add the exponents. |
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Step 2: | Combine like terms (if you can). |

## How do you simplify Monomials?

Rules for Simplifying Monomials The multiply monomials rule says that when you multiple monomial expressions, add the exponents of like bases. The dividing monomials rule says that when you divide monomials, subtract the exponents of like bases.

## What are polynomials 5 examples?

Examples of Polynomials

Example Polynomial | Explanation |
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5x +1 | Since all of the variables have integer exponents that are positive this is a polynomial. |

(x7 + 2×4 – 5) * 3x | Since all of the variables have integer exponents that are positive this is a polynomial. |

5x-2 +1 | Not a polynomial because a term has a negative exponent |