We know that y=mx+b is the formula we use for lines. Is the value of "m" considered to be a term, a coefficient or a factor?
Its a coefficient.
Because if you are able to express any equation in the form 'y=mx+b' then always the coefficient of 'x' will be the value of 'm' i.e. slope.
I would answer this question B. Coefficient, but please see below.
I think the question is "In the expression
I contend that context is important.
In the term,
In the term