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ALGEBRAIC TERMS
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UNIVERSAL SET : The totality of all the elements of the set under considerations, denoted by U. (Set of all real numbers)
ELEMENT : An object that belongs to a set.
DESCRIPTIVE METHOD : Method in which the common characteristic of the elements defined.
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CONSTANT : A symbol that assumes one specific value.
VARIABLES : A symbol that assumes many value.
MONOMIAL : Term involving only one real number and variable with non negative integral components.
BINOMIAL : A polynomial consisting of two terms.
POLYNOMIAL : Sum of infinite number monomials.
PRIME FACTOR : Polynomial that cannot be factored when it is written as product of prime polynomials.
FACTORING : Polynomial that cannot be factored when it is written as product of prime polynomials.
SIMILAR FRACTIONS : Fractions with the same denominator.
COMPLEX FRACTIONS : It can be simplified by getting the respective LCD of the numerator and the denominator.
EQUIVALENT SET : It can be simplified by getting the respective LCD of the numerator and the denominator.
ROSTER METHOD : Method in which elements in the given set are listed or enumerated, separated with a comma, enclosed by a pair of braces.
ABSOLUTE VALUE : Number is positive zero.
INTEGERS : Are negative and positive number including zero.
WHOLE NUMBER : Represented by natural numbers including zero.
TERM : An expression preceded by plus or minus sign.
EQUAL SETS : Sets with the same element.

# ALGEBRAIC TERMS

Across:4. | Fractions with the same denominator. | 5. | Polynomial that cannot be factored when it is written as product of prime polynomials. | 7. | An object that belongs to a set. | 9. | Sets with the same element. | 12. | Method in which elements in the given set are listed or enumerated, separated with a comma, enclosed by a pair of braces. |
| 15. | Method in which the common characteristic of the elements defined. | 16. | Represented by natural numbers including zero. | 17. | Term involving only one real number and variable with non negative integral components. | 19. | It can be simplified by getting the respective LCD of the numerator and the denominator. | 20. | The totality of all the elements of the set under considerations, denoted by U. (Set of all real numbers) |
| | Down:1. | Number is positive zero. | 2. | Math Teacher | 3. | Are negative and positive number including zero. | 6. | A symbol that assumes one specific value. | 8. | Sum of infinite number monomials. |
| 10. | Polynomial that cannot be factored when it is written as product of prime polynomials. | 11. | An expression preceded by plus or minus sign. | 13. | It can be simplified by getting the respective LCD of the numerator and the denominator. | 14. | A polynomial consisting of two terms. | 18. | A symbol that assumes many value. |
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# ALGEBRAIC TERMS

Across:4. | Fractions with the same denominator. | 5. | Polynomial that cannot be factored when it is written as product of prime polynomials. | 7. | An object that belongs to a set. | 9. | Sets with the same element. | 12. | Method in which elements in the given set are listed or enumerated, separated with a comma, enclosed by a pair of braces. |
| 15. | Method in which the common characteristic of the elements defined. | 16. | Represented by natural numbers including zero. | 17. | Term involving only one real number and variable with non negative integral components. | 19. | It can be simplified by getting the respective LCD of the numerator and the denominator. | 20. | The totality of all the elements of the set under considerations, denoted by U. (Set of all real numbers) |
| | Down:1. | Number is positive zero. | 2. | Math Teacher | 3. | Are negative and positive number including zero. | 6. | A symbol that assumes one specific value. | 8. | Sum of infinite number monomials. |
| 10. | Polynomial that cannot be factored when it is written as product of prime polynomials. | 11. | An expression preceded by plus or minus sign. | 13. | It can be simplified by getting the respective LCD of the numerator and the denominator. | 14. | A polynomial consisting of two terms. | 18. | A symbol that assumes many value. |
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