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What are like terms in algebra?
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Terms that have the same variables


Example: \(2 a\) and \(4 a\) are like terms and can be added or subtracted \(3 a b c\) and \(10 a b c\) are like terms and can be added or subtracted

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MathsGee Android Q&A

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