A numerical factor of a term is any number that can be factored out of the coefficient. For example, the term 10*x has a factor of 5 and can be reduced to 5*(2*x). More »

A four-term polynomial is most often factored by grouping, a process where terms that have common factors are grouped and factored separately. In some cases, separate factoring of the two groups may reveal another factor... More »

Environmental factors refer to any element that might bring change to an existing environment. This include human factors such as litter that does not biodegrade, as well as such natural forces as the weather. One thing ... More »

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A coefficient, in math, refers to the number that precedes a letter variable. For example, in the term 4*x, the coefficient is equal to 4, while the variable is "x." If a number is not attached to a variable through a mu... More »

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A term in mathematics is defined as a number, variable or number-variable combination in an algebraic expression or equation. Terms are separated from each other by a plus, minus or equal sign. More »

In mathematics, the term "multiplier" pertains to any number by which another number, known as the "multiplicand," is multiplied. The result of a multiplication operation is referred to as the "product." More »

In mathematics, a factor of a base number is any number that can be evenly divided into the base number. Due to this definition, a factor can only be less or equal to the original base number. Although all whole numbers ... More »

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