enCRAA Crossword Puzzle12
Binomial: Polynomial of two terms.
Variable: A symbol for a number we don't know yet.
Constant: A number on its own.
Coefficient: A number used to multiply a variable .
Expression: Group of terms.
Exponent: An item that denotes the number of times the base number is to be multiplied.
Factoring: The act of breaking up an algebraic expression into two or more expressions that can be multiplied together to get the original expression.
Like Terms: Two terms that have the same variables raised to the same exponent.
Parallelogram: A four-sided, closed shape with straight lines and two pairs of opposite sides that are parallel.
Abscissa: The first coordinate in an ordered pair.
Algebra: The mathematics of working with variables.
Evaluate: To figure out or compute.

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Across:

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An item that denotes the number of times the base number is to be multiplied.

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To figure out or compute.

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The act of breaking up an algebraic expression into two or more expressions that can be multiplied together to get the original expression.

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A four-sided, closed shape with straight lines and two pairs of opposite sides that are parallel.

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A number used to multiply a variable .

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Group of terms.

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The first coordinate in an ordered pair.

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Two terms that have the same variables raised to the same exponent.