Questions and Answers
What is a root?
A number that satisfies an equation.
What is a term in algebra?
An algebraic expression whose parts are not separated by an addition or subtraction symbol.
What is an exponent?
A small figure or letter written a little to the right of a number and above it to show how many times the number is taken as a factor.
What is an axiom?
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Study Notes
Algebra 1 Key Concepts

Root: Refers to a number that makes an equation true by satisfying it, often related to solutions of equations.

Term: Represents a part of an algebraic expression that cannot be combined with other parts without the presence of a '+' or '−' sign; terms can be single numbers, variables, or products of numbers and variables.

Exponent: Denotes the number of times a base is multiplied by itself; visually represented as a smaller number or letter positioned above and to the right of the base number.

Axiom: An accepted truth in mathematics, considered selfevident and not requiring proof; foundational building blocks for mathematical reasoning and proofs.

Equation: A mathematical expression asserting the equality of two expressions, involving variables, constants, and operations; central to solving algebraic problems.
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