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In the term 21y, what is ther literal coefficient?

a. 2
b. 21
c. 21y
d. y

I believe it is y

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    I mean the answer is B

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    21y has a numerical coefficient and a literal coefficient

    The word "literal" implies "letter", so ....
    what do you think?

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