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**Step 1:**

The following are like terms because each term consists of variables, x, and a numeric coefficient.

11x, −19x

**Step 2:**

The following are like terms because each term consists of variables, y, and a numeric coefficient.

18y, −15y

**Step 1:**

The numeric part of a term is generally called the coefficient.

**Step 2:**

The term containing g^{2} is 11g^{2}.

So, the coefficient of g^{2} in the term is 11.

**Step 1:**

In an algebraic expression, the term with no variables is called the constant.

**Step 2:**

In given expression, the constant is obviously 9.

**Step 1:**

The term in the given expression with highest degree is 5x^{2}. The degree of the variable is 2.

**Step 2:**

So, the highest degree or order of the given expression is 2.

**Step 1:**

In the given expression, the term with coefficient −6 is −6c^{3}.

**Step 2:**

So, answer is −6c^{3}

**Step 1:**

The unlike terms consist of different variables.

**Step 2:**

The unlike terms because each term consists of different variables, a, b and c are

8a, 12b and 9c

**Step 1:**

In an algebraic expression, the term with no variables is called the constant.

**Step 2:**

In given expression, the constant is obviously 56.

**Step 1:**

The numeric part of a term is generally called the coefficient.

**Step 2:**

The second term in the expression is 8y^{3}.

The coefficient of this term is 8.

**Step 1:**

The numeric part of a term is generally called the coefficient.

**Step 2:**

The term whose coefficient is −18 is −18xy^{2}.

**Step 1:**

The following are like terms because each term consists of variables, a^{2}, and a numeric coefficient.

6a^{2}, −8a^{2}, 7a^{2}

**Step 2:**

The following are like terms because each term consists of variables, b^{3}, and a numeric coefficient.

3b^{3}, 5b^{3}

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