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# Observe the expression below and select the true statement(s).3y(7 + 2x) + 9xy - 10

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Answer:The "3y" in the first term is a factor The "9" in the second term is a coefficientThe "(7 + 2x)" in the first term is a factor Step-by-step explanation:Given in the question an expression3y(7 + 2x) + 9xy - 10The coefficients are the numbers that multiply the variables, x and y.Example 6y 6 is coefficient 2.Constants are terms without variablesExample 10 3.The factors in a mathematical expression are parts of the expression that are connected with multiplication. Example (4x+1)(3x+7) (4x+1) and (3x+7) both are factors