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# Examples of Monomials

The **Monomials** are algebraic expressions are formed by a part number and letters are called variables .

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**monomials**are simpler expressions their numeric portion is called coefficient and literal part is elevated to a natural exponent; on some occasions the literal part can carry out a multiplication of unknowns.**Types of Monomials:**

**Similar Monomials: they**are similar when two or more monomials have a total coincidence in terms of literals and exponents.**Homogeneous**Monomials**: We**call homogeneous monomials when the similarity between the monomials is a little more partial.**Heterogeneous monomials:**in this type of monomial there is no coincidence regarding the absolute degree.

**10 Examples of Monomials**

- AB
- 4AB
- -3X
- XY
- X AND Z
- A
^{2}B^{2} - ABC
- A
^{2}B^{2} - -AB
^{2} - -4Y