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Lesson 1: Interpreting Structure in Expressions
Practice 5.1.1: Identifying Terms, Factors, and Coefficients
Use what you know about the components of expressions to complete problems 1–3.
1. Identify the terms, coefficients, constant, and factors of 16x2 – 12x + 20.
2. Simplify the expression 3x2 + 2(5 – x2) – 8(x2 + 9) and classify it as a monomial, binomial,
or trinomial.
3. Write a quadratic expression that contains two terms, a coefficient of 7, and a constant of 10.
For problems 4 and 5, determine whether each expression is a quadratic expression. Explain your
reasoning.
4. –3x(x + 14)
5. 8x2 – 2x(1 + 4x) + 2
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Lesson 1: Interpreting Structure in Expressions
For problems 6–10, write an algebraic expression. Identify the terms, coefficients, and
constants of the given expressions. Determine whether the expression is quadratic and