1. Explain with numerical examples what Real Numbers and Algebraic Expressions are. 2. Explain with numerical examples Factoring and finding LCMs (lea

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1. Explain with numerical examples what Real Numbers and Algebraic Expressions are. 2. Explain with numerical examples Factoring and finding LCMs (least common multiples). Explain factoring of a larger number. 3. Explain with numerical examples arithmetical operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division) with fractions 4, Explain with numerical examples arithmetical operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division) with percentages 5. Explain with numerical examples exponential notation 6. Explain with numerical examples order (precedence) of arithmetic operations 7. Explain with numerical examples the concept and how to find perimeter, area, volume, and circumference (use related formulas)
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Step 1 (As per bartleby guidelines, for multiple questions asked, only one question is to be solved. Please upload other parts separately.) 1. REAL NUMBERS It is defined as the set of all numbers which can be plotted on a real number line. Its counterpart is referred as imaginary numbers. Examples: Whether it is a whole number like 4, a negative integer like 2, a rational number like 32, a negative rational number like 43, or an irrational number like 5  , all can be easily plotted on a number line, therefore these all fall under the category of real numbers. Step 2 ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS An Algebraic expression is defined as a mathematical term consisting of variables, constants, and arithmetic operators such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, exponents, etc. The unknowns used in the expression are called as variables. Examples: It can be as simple as 2 x + 3 y + 5, x  1, 1x,and it can be a bit complex as (2x + 1)10  log(x) + sin(x3)3 Consider the expression 5x3 + 4y + 2 Here, x and y are the variables. 5, 3, 4, 2, are the constanr which have a difinite value.
5 is called the coefficient of x3, and 4 is the coefficient of y.
3, even after being a constant, is the exponent of x.
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