Within an argument there can be only one __________.
A.
explicit premise
B.
stated claim
C.
implicit premise
D.
reason supporting the claim

Within an argument there can be only one A. explicit premise.

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Combine like terms and classify the polynomial by the number of terms.
7x + 3x – x
**Weegy:** oint (1, 4) and the slope of the tangent line to its graph at the point (x, f (x)) is 3x^3 + 2x^2 + x + 1 ... [ 3x)(7x)+(3x)(4)+(5)(2x^2)-(5)(7x)+(5)(? -21x^2 +12x +10^2 ... [ ] ] (More)

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7x + 3x – x = 9x

9x is a MONOMIAL.

9x is a MONOMIAL.

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