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7th Maths : Term 1 Unit 3 : Algebra : Summary

Summary

● A symbol having a fixed numerical value is called a constant, and a symbol which takes various numerical values is called a variable.

● Variables and constants are combined by the operations addition and subtraction to construct an algebraic expression.

● Any mathematical formula, rule or pattern can be generalized using an algebraic expression.

● The parts of an algebraic expression which are combined by the signs ‘+’ or '−' are called the terms of the expressions.

● In a term of an algebraic expression, each factor or group of factors is called the co-efficient of the remaining factors. The number in the variable term is called the numerical co-efficient.

● The terms having the same algebraic factors are called like terms. Terms with different algebraic factors are called unlike terms.

● We can add or subtract like terms only. Unlike terms cannot be added or subtracted.

● An equation can be looked as algebraic expression equated either to a constant or to any other algebraic expression.

● To solve an equation, we can add or subtract or multiply or divide the same number on both sides of the equation.

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