List of Notes - Category: Algebraic Expressions
Algebraic expression is a bunch of numbers (constants), operations and variables.
Unlike number expressions, algebraic expressions can contain variables.
Following is example of algebraic expression:
To simplify algebraic expression (or to write in the simplest form) means to rewrite it in such way, that it is easier to read and understand.
Algebraic expressions are simplified in the same way as number expressions (using same properties and order of operations), except that in most cases you will end up with algebraic expression, not number.