MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# Observe the expression below and select the true statement(s). 3y(7+2x)+9xy-10The "(7 + 2x)" in the first term is a factor. The "9" in the second term is a coefficient. The "x" in the second term is an exponent. The "2" in the first term is a constant. The "3y" in the first term is a factor. The "10" in the third term is a coefficient.

Accepted Solution

A:

The true statements are:

The "(7 + 2x)" in the first term is a factor.Β

The "9" in the second term is a coefficient.Β

The "3y" in the first term is a factor.

The "(7 + 2x)" in the first term is a factor.Β

The "9" in the second term is a coefficient.Β

The "3y" in the first term is a factor.