The terms having the same literal factors are called ________________________
Asked by seeni2005 | 31st Dec, 2016, 07:56: PM
Let us consider an example to understand the meaning of literal factor.
In the term -4xyz, the numerical factor is -4 , while x, y, z are called the literal factors.
So, in the given question.
The terms having the same literal factors are called like terms.
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