How many terms has the following polynomial after it has been simplified completely?

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Asked: 2021-03-09T05:00:08+00:00
2021-03-09T05:00:08+00:00In: Algebra, High School/Senior Secondary School

How many terms has the following polynomial after it has been simplified completely?

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A term is a single number or variable or a product of number(s) and variables(s) in a mathematical expression or equation, separated by + or – signs.

Given .

Simplifying the like terms gives: .

Thus, there are 4 terms after simplification.

Therefore, the number of terms is 4.

There will be 4 terms