An Algebraic expression is an expression that is built by the combination of integer constants and variables. They undergo operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. For example: \(4xy~ +~ 9\)
Algebraic Expression – Multiplication
Multiplication is simply repeated addition. We multiply variables and constants in an algebraic expression. For example, the area of a rectangular room is the product of length and breadth. The value of area depends on the value chosen for length and breadth. Similarly volume is the product of length, breadth and height.
Multiplication of Monomial by Monomial
Illustration 1: Multiply \(5x\)
We multiply the first two monomials and then the resulting monomial to the third monomial.
Illustration 2: Find the volume of a cuboid whose length is \(5ax\)
Multiplying a Monomials and Polynomials
Illustration 3: Simplify the below algebraic expression and obtain its value for \(x\)
Substituting the value of \(x\)
Illustration 4: Simplify the below algebraic expression and obtain its value for \(y\)
Substituting the value of \(y\)
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