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Using the expression 56xy + 5 -6x + y/20,find the following:

a. Find two sums.
b. find the terms of the expression.
c. find a product of two factors. Find the coefficient in the product.
d. Find the quotient.

This is to hard. Where do I start?

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  1. You start by
    (a) noticing that you misspelled too
    (b) reviewing your text so you know what the different words mean: sum, product, term, etc.

    A sum is two terms separated by a + or - sign

    (a)
    56xy + 5 is a sum
    5 - 6x is a sum

    (b) Terms are separated by + and - signs. So, the terms are

    56xy, 5, -6x and y/20

    (c) -6x is the product of -6 and x. -6 is the coefficient, and x is the variable.

    56xy is also a product of two factors: 56 and xy. But, xy is also a product, so 56xy is really a product of three factors.

    (d) a quotient means division. y/20 is a quotient.

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