A quick view of simple maths terms.
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  1. numbers
    1. 123
    2. algebra
      1. pronumerals
        1. x,y,z
          1. y x 2=2y
          2. like terms
            1. 2y, 3y
              1. terms with the same pronumeral
                1. like terms can be added like normal numbers
                  1. eg. 2y+6y=8y
              2. indices
                1. simplify-to make a sum shorter or simpler. to take away as many signs (+-ect.) as possible
                  1. evaluate-to look over a sum and answer it
                    1. expand-the opposite of simplify, to make the sum longer, to insert all needed signs
                      1. coefficient
                        1. powers-2 to the power of 4. (2 with a little 4 in the right hand corner), you have to multiply that number by itself that many times. eg 2 to the power of 4=2x2x2x2=16
                          1. abbreviation-to make a sum shorter
                            1. consecutive-numbers that come in order eg. 1,2,3
                              1. variable
                                1. substitution
                                  1. quotient
                                    1. expression-the sum
                                    2. adition, subtraction, multiplication, division
                                      1. you can add, subract, multiply and divide like terms as normal
                                        1. negative and positive numbers
                                          1. negative+negavtive=positive positive+postive=postive negavtive+positve=negative positive+negavtive=negavtive
                                            1. goes for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
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