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1.make up 10 different algebraic expressions 5 of them will have a single variable & 5 will have multiple variables
2.identify the
 variables
 coefficients
 constants
3.pick values for your variables and tell my what your expressions is worth

1.make up 10 different algebraic expressions 5 of them will have a single variable & 5 will have multiple variables
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