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VARIABLE: symbol that represents an unknown number.
ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION: a variable, a number, or a collection of variables and numbers related by at least a fundamental operation or grouping symbol.
NUMERICAL COEFFICIENT: numerical factor of a term.
CONSTANT TERM: term without a variable.
EXPONENT: tells how many times the base is to be multiplied to itself.
POLYNOMIAL: a special type of algebraic expression that contains a specific number of terms.
DEGREE OF A TERM: in a polynomial is the power of the variable in the term.
DEGREE OF A POLYNOMIAL: the same as that of the term with the highest degree.
DEGREE OF A NONZERO: constant is zero while 0 has no degree.
MONOMIAL: polynomial with one term.
BINOMIAL: polynomial with two terms.
TRINOMIAL: polynomial with three terms.
MULTINOMIAL: an algebraic expression that is a sum of two or more terms.
SIMILAR TERMS: terms that are exactly the same, or different only in their numerical coefficients can be combined.
EQUATION: a statement of equality between two expressions.

SCRAMBLE JUMBLE

NRCTMTTENASO

term without a variable.

MOLATNIIUML

an algebraic expression that is a sum of two or more terms.

AREVLIAB

symbol that represents an unknown number.

SXIPEAAEGBRIESCNLOR

a variable, a number, or a collection of variables and numbers related by at least a fundamental operation or grouping symbol.

DEORFMEEATERG

in a polynomial is the power of the variable in the term.

EONATIUQ

a statement of equality between two expressions.

IMMTSARISRLE

terms that are exactly the same, or different only in their numerical coefficients can be combined.

PNTXEOEN

tells how many times the base is to be multiplied to itself.

GLFAEOAENLMIEYOPODR

the same as that of the term with the highest degree.

RGDOFRNOONEAEZEE

constant is zero while 0 has no degree.

MMOLINOA

polynomial with one term.

INBALMIO

polynomial with two terms.

TCFMIALECUONECFNIERI

numerical factor of a term.

MOYNOLLIAP

a special type of algebraic expression that contains a specific number of terms.