# Are 3n and like terms?

### Table of Contents

- Are 3n and like terms?
- Is 3x a term or an expression?
- Does 2x have like terms?
- Does 5x have like terms?
- How do you combine 3 like terms?
- Are and 15 like terms?
- Is 3x an algebraic expression?
- How can we describe 3x 2 as an expression?
- What are examples of like terms?
- Are 2x2 and like terms or not like terms?
- Why are 7X and 2x both like terms?
- How are 3x2 and −2x2 like terms?
- What are some terms that are like terms?
- Why are X2 and x x not like terms?

### Are 3n and like terms?

Solution. All three terms have the same variable to the same power. So, they **are all like terms** and simplifying this expression means combining all of them.

### Is 3x a term or an expression?

Examples of single terms: **3x is a single term**. The "3" is a coefficient. The "x" is the variable. is also a single term.

### Does 2x have like terms?

Terms whose variables (such as x or y) with any exponents (such as the 2 in x2) are the same. Examples: 7x and 2x are like terms because **they are both "x**". 3x2 and −2x2 are like terms because they are both "x2".

### Does 5x have like terms?

Like terms : The terms having the same literal (variable) with same exponents are called Like terms. Unlike terms : The terms having the same variable with different exponents or different variable with same exponents are called Unlike terms....Some more examples :

Like terms | 5x2y and – 4yx2 |
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Unlike terms | 7xy2 and -3xy |

### How do you combine 3 like terms?

When combining like terms, such as 2x and 3x, we add their **coefficients**. For example, 2x + 3x = (2+3)x = 5x.

### Are and 15 like terms?

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### Is 3x an algebraic expression?

Classification of algebraic expressions For example; 3x, -7, ⁵/₉ a²bc are **all monomials**. Binomial: An algebraic expression containing two terms is called a binomial. For example; x – 7, 5x + 9y, ab + care all binomials.

### How can we describe 3x 2 as an expression?

Answer: In each of the terms 3x 2 and 7x, x is a variable, and in both terms, we are **multiplying a number by the variable**. In the first term, 3x 2, 3 is being multiplied by the variable, so 3 is a coefficient. In the second term, 7x, 7 is being multiplied by the variable, so 7 is a coefficient.

### What are examples of like terms?

**Like Terms Definition**

- Like terms can be defined as terms that contain the same variables raised to the same power. ...
- Like terms contain the same variable which is raised to the same power.
- For example, 5x + 10x is an algebraic expression with like terms. ...
- Consider terms as 5x, 6x, 2x, and -3x.

### Are 2x2 and like terms or not like terms?

Summary. Like terms are terms that have exactly the same variable and power in them—whether that's x, x3, y, or even no variable! ... Similarly, **2x and 2x2 wouldn't be like terms** because while they have the same variables, the variable is raised to different powers. This can get easily confused with multiplying exponents.

### Why are 7X and 2x both like terms?

- 7x and 2x are like terms because they are both "x". 3x2 and −2x2 are like terms because they are both "x2". But 7x and 7x2 are NOT like terms (the exponents are different), they are unlike terms. Like terms can be added together.

### How are 3x2 and −2x2 like terms?

- 3x2 and −2x2 are like terms because they are both "x2". But 7x and 7x2 are NOT like terms (the exponents are different), they are unlike terms. Like terms can be added together.

### What are some terms that are like terms?

- Terms whose variables (such as x or y) with any exponents (such as the 2 in x2) are the same. 7x and 2x are like terms because they are both "x". 3x2 and −2x2 are like terms because they are both "x2".

### Why are X2 and x x not like terms?

- {x^2} x2
**and**x x**are**not**like terms**because the first x x -variable has an exponent of 2 2, while the second is