Algebra 1, 9th grade

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48x^2y + 20xz + 12xy + 5z

xy - 3x – 8y + 24




are these Prime expressions or not?

  • Algebra 1, 9th grade -

    Each expression has two factors.

  • Algebra 1, 9th grade -

    i do not understand?

  • Algebra 1, 9th grade -

    prime expressions cannot have factors. The prime number 13 has no factors except itself. 5z has two factors, 5, and z.

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