A number before a variable (letter) is called the coefficient of the variable. Both of them makes a term, or a monomial.
It is when a number or letter is the same term or like term as another number. For example: a+b+2b a is a term and b and 2b are the same term because at the end it has a b.
Adding the same number to a previous number would double the answer. Multiplying by 2 would achieve the same doubling result. What is meant by 'term'?Found by adding the same number to the previous term
a sequence in which each term is found by adding the same number
Possibly, a "constant term".
It is the square of the previous term.
A coefficient is any number in front of a variable .
The square of the previous term.
Element refers to atoms that have the same number of Protons.
A constant term is a fixed value. A number on its own or maybe even a letter sometimes.