What is a monomial equation?

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What is a monomial equation?

Monomials:

In mathematics, a monomial is a single expression that can combine numbers, variables, exponents, radicals, and fractions so long as the relationship between them is based on multiplication and division.

Answer and Explanation:

A monomial equation is a mathematical expression with a monomial on each side of an equals sign. This means there is no addition or subtraction...

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Monomial: Definition, Examples & Factors

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