Mark as ! usatestprep in which expression is the coefficient of the n term -1? a) 3n2 + 4n -1 b) -3n2

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in which expression is the coefficient of the n term -1?
a)
3n2 + 4n -1
b)
-3n2 + 5n + 4
c)
-2n - n + 5
d)
4n2 + n - 5

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  1. C) [tex]-2n - n + 5[/tex]

    Step-by-step explanation:

    A)  [tex]3n^2 + 4n -1[/tex]

    In this expression the coefficient of 'n' is +4

    B) [tex]-3n^2 + 5n + 4[/tex]

    In this expression the coefficient of 'n' is +5

    C) [tex]-2n - n + 5[/tex]

    [tex]-2n -1n + 5[/tex]

    In this expression the coefficient of 'n' is -1

    D) [tex]4n^2 + n - 5[/tex]

    [tex]4n^2 +1n - 5[/tex]

    In this expression the coefficient of 'n' is +1

  2. Ithink n with the power of -1 probably not right though because i am only in 6th grade and that is highschool math although i learned it before i just forgot maybe my answer can remind you a bit from your class

  3. C. -2n² - n + 5

    Step-by-step explanation:

    In expression C, the coefficient of the n term is -1;

      The expression in choice C is given as:

                   -2n² - n + 5

    The coefficient is the number before a variable;

      For n², the coefficient is -2

        for n, the coefficient is -1

  4. c) -2n - n + 5 because if there's no number in front of a variable, the coefficient is 1, and since n is negative, the coefficient is -1

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