Chapter 5: Algebra... Different "Faces" of Algebra (I)

Write an algebraic expression (in the simplified form) that has 3 terms involving variables p and q.

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  1. 9999999999999999999999p + 9999999999999999999998q - 9999999999999999999999pq^2

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  3. 7q+3a+9999999999999111115372153675176345174532642111111

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    3. You involved 'a' instead of 'p'.

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    4. You must use p and q as stated in the question.

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    5. YOU USED A INSTEAD OF Q OR P !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    6. '3a'<<No 'a's in the question. Only 'p' and 'q'.

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    7. u supposed to use p and q , why got 3a??? =.=

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    8. You need a "p" or "q"

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    10. Write an algebraic expression (in the simplified form) that has 3 terms involving variables p and q. only those only no (a)

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    11. Where is the p?Change the a to a p.

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    12. You used 'a' instead of 'p'

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  5. errrr i mean 7q+3p+9999999999999111115372153675176345174532642111111

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