In this lesson on Combining Like Terms, students are taught how to simplify algebraic expressions by adding or subtracting terms with the same variables raised to the same power. By combining the coefficients of the like terms, learners can reduce the expression to its simplest form. The lesson emphasizes the importance of understanding that the value of the variable is unknown but that the expression remains the same when like terms are combined.
Combining like terms - Linear terms
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How can you simplify a polynomial?
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A five term polynomial is simplified to a binomial.