**1. What is the difference between a term and an expression?**

A

termis a single item consisting of one or all of a coefficient, a variable and an exponent, such as 3x^{2}An

expressionis a collection of terms, such as 3x^{2}+ 4x + 2.

**2. Can an expression have more than two terms?**

Yes, an expression can have many terms. e.g. 3x + 6y − 2ab + 4f − 2x

^{2}

**3. Is a power the same as an exponent?**

Yes, they can also be called "indices" as well!

**4. What name is given to ordinary number terms in algebra?**

Numbers on their own in algebra are called

constants.e.g. In the expression 3x + 6, the 6 is a constant.

**5. What does a dot mean in algebra?**

A dot between two

algebraic termsorexpressionsmeans "multiply" .A dot between two

numbersis usually a decimal point.