Similar Terms

similar terms

[¦sim·ə·lər ¦tərms]
(mathematics)
Terms that contain the same unknown factors and the same powers of these factors. Also known as like terms.

Similar Terms

 

Similar terms of a polynomial are monomials in the polynomial that differ only in their coefficients or sign or are identical; for example, the similar terms in the polynomial 2a + 5a3 b + 3ab2 - 3a3b are 5a3b and - 3a3b. Similar terms can be replaced by a single term equal to their algebraic sum (reduction of similar terms).

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And so Billy expounded the why of like in terms of realism, in the camp by the Umpqua River, while Possum expounded it, in similar terms of fang and appetite, on the rib of deer.
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