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How many terms are in the polynomial abcd e - fg h 2? one two three four
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Weegy: The polynomial abcd + e - fg + h^2 has four terms.
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User: -3z 7 - (-5z 7)

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Genetic drift happens when random events change the genotype of a population.
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