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2014-09-19T09:22:58+08:00
In math, a constant term is a term in an algebraic expression that has a value that is constant or cannot change, because it does not contain any modifiable variables. 
For example, in the equation (x
²+2x+3), the 3 is a constant term.

sa madaling salita, mga numbers yung constant. Kapag alphabet (a,b,x,y) naman, variable ang tawag dun.
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2014-09-19T21:05:04+08:00
If a term consists of only variables, its coefficient is 1. Constants are the terms in the algebraic expression that contain only numbers. That is, they're the terms without variables. We call them constants because their value never changes, since there are no variables in the term that can change its value.
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