How do you determine if #-2/3# is a monomial?

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Dec 1, 2016

Answer:

#-2/3# is a monomial.

Explanation:

A monomial is product of non-negative integer powers of variables. It has no negative or fractional exponents, though it may have constants. It has just one term.

Examples are #5x#, #-13y#, #6/5xy#, #7x^2y#, #-3x^3yz^4# or even the constant terms like #5#, #-7/2# or #-2/3#.

Hence #-2/3# is a monomial.