6pq-5qr+2pr-6q in this algebraic expression  what is the 2nd and 3rd term , and what is the product of 3rd and 4th term.

Asked by  | 22nd Jun, 2014, 04:39: PM

Expert Answer:

An algebraic expression is a meaningful collection of numbers, variables, and signs, positive or negative, of operations that must make mathematical and logical sense. The sign also becomes part of the term that it follows.

In the given algebraic expression 2nd term is -5qr and 3rd term is 2pr.

A negative variable time a positive variable will produce a negative product. Add a negative sign to the answer.

The product of 3rd and 4th term=(2pr)cross times(-6q) = -12pqr

Answered by Anuja Salunke | 23rd Jun, 2014, 10:57: AM

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