No, 2y and 1 are not like terms. Like terms are terms that have the same variable or exponent, and in this case, 2y and 1 do not have the same variable or exponent.

## What are Like Terms?

Like terms are terms that contain the same variable or exponent. For example, terms such as 2x and 4x are like terms because they both have the same variable (x). Additionally, terms such as y2 and x2 are like terms because they both have the same exponent (2).

## What are Examples of Like Terms?

Examples of like terms include:

• 2x and 4x
• y2 and x2
• 3ab and 5ab
• 7×2 and 9×2

## What are Examples of Unlike Terms?

Unlike terms are terms that do not contain the same variable or exponent. For example, terms such as 2x and y are unlike terms because they do not have the same variable. Additionally, terms such as 5×2 and y3 are unlike terms because they do not have the same exponent.

Examples of unlike terms include:

• 2x and y
• y2 and x3
• 4ab and yz
• 6×2 and 7y3

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