What is the definition of a constant? Can you show me an example of one too?

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  1. A 'constant' is a term without a variable in it, it is just a number.
    The value of the number cannot change, so it is "constant"

    eg. 2x + 6
    eg. -5 + xy^2

    +6 and -5 are constants

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