Algebraic Expressions and Identities

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Class 8

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A binomial can have atmost two terms

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$x_{2}−y_{2}+z_{2}+3x−2y=x_{2}−(..............)$

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I. Expression with two unlike terms is called a monomial.

II. The sum of two unlike terms is a like term with coefficient equal to the sum of coefficients of the two unlike terms.

Ill. The value of $3y_{2}−5y+3$. when y = 1 is 1.

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$x_{2}/3+y/6−xy_{2}$

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$2x−3$.

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$5+z+zx$.

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$y+y_{2}x+y_{3}x_{2}+y_{4}x_{3}$

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