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James claims that any number (e.g. 213) is a monomial. Is James correct?

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James claims that any number, for example, 213, is a monomial. Is James correct?

We know that the definition of a monomial states that it could be a number, a variable, or product of numbers and variables. This means that any number or constant is a monomial. The correct answer is yes, James is correct.

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