Practice the questions given in the worksheet on like and unlike terms. The questions are based on identifying like and unlike terms from each group.

**1. Group the like terms together:**

(i) 5x, -7y, -x, y/2, 5x/7, x and y

(ii) 2/3ab, -3ab, 5bc, -2/5bc, bc/4 and ab

(iii) –xy(iv) 8ax, -3by, by/10, 5xa and 3/5ax

(v) 5a

**2. List out the like terms from each set:**

(ii) 12a

(iii) 2u

(iv) -3a

(v) 3x

**3. ****State whether the following statements are true or false:**

(i) 8z has two terms 8 and z.

(ii) Expression 10 + k has two terms 10 and k.

(iii) xy and –yx are like terms.

(iv) a(v) m and –m are like terms.

(vi) –ba and 5ab are unlike terms.

(vii) 10 and 10z are like terms.

(viii) 5xy and 3axy are unlike terms.

(ix) 7b(x) m/5, 5m, m are unlike terms.

**4. State the number of terms in each of the following expressions:
**

(i) 2a – p

(ii) 5 × z + m ÷ 2

(iii) 7z – z/a

(iv) p ÷ m × q + r

(v) 5x ÷ 3 + z + 5

(vi) (c – 3m + 5) ÷ 2

(vii) a × b × y × z ÷ 11

(viii) x + y ÷ p

(ix) x + y + z + 13 ÷ m

(x) 3 × a + 3 ÷ x + 3

Answers for the worksheet on like and unlike terms are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions.

**Answers:**

**1. **(i) 5x, -x, 5x/7, x and -7y, y/2,
y

(ii) 2/3ab, -3ab, ab and 5bc, -2/5bc, bc/4

(iii) –xy(iv) 8ax, 5xa, 3/5ax and -3by, by/10

(v) 5a

(ii) 12a

(iii) 2u

(iv) -3a

(v) 3x

**3. **(i) False

(ii) True

(iii) True

(iv) False

(v) True

(vi) False

(vii) False

(viii) True

(ix) True

(x) False

**4. **(i) two terms

(ii) two terms

(iii) two terms

(iv) two terms

(v) three terms

(vi) three terms

(vii) one term

(viii) two terms

(ix) four terms

(x) three terms

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