## Which of the following best describes the expression 4(y + 6)?

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- Which of the following best describes the expression 4(y + 6)?
- Which expression shows a sum of four terms?
- What is the constant term in the expression 4x3y + 8×2 + 6x + 5?
- Which of the following best describes the expression 7x + 2y? (4 points)
- Which of the following best describes the expression 6(y + 3)
- Which of the following best describes the expression 3x + 2y + 8z?
- What is the coefficient of the variable in the expression 4 − 3x − 7 + 6?

## Which expression shows a sum of four terms?

+1013 -4 428 5 Which of the following statements about the expression 6(y + 3) is the most accurate? These are my alternatives. 1. The product of two constant variables, six and three, plus a variable. 2.The product of two constant factors (numbers 6 and 3) plus a variable. 3. The product of a six-term constant factor and a two-term constant factor 4. The product of a three-term constant factor and a two-term constant factor Nickolas (nick) 0 users are writing responses on April 4, 2019..5+0 #1+31013 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Which choice do you prefer, N? #2+1013 -2 ElectricPavlov Apr 4, 2019 1. Nickolas, I believe.

## What is the constant term in the expression 4x3y + 8×2 + 6x + 5?

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### Which of the following best describes the expression 7x + 2y? (4 points)

+1013 -4 428 5

### Which of the following best describes the expression 6(y + 3)

Which of the following statements about the expression 6(y + 3) is the most accurate? These are my alternatives. 1. The product of two constant variables, six and three, plus a variable. 2.The product of two constant factors (numbers 6 and 3) plus a variable. 3. The product of a six-term constant factor and a two-term constant factor 4. The product of a three-term constant factor and a two-term constant factor Nickolas (nick) 0 users are writing responses on April 4, 2019..5+0 #1+31013 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Which choice do you prefer, N? #2+1013 -2 ElectricPavlov Apr 4, 2019 1. Nickolas, I believe.

### Which of the following best describes the expression 3x + 2y + 8z?

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### What is the coefficient of the variable in the expression 4 − 3x − 7 + 6?

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