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Is coefficient same as constant?

It depends on the context. For example, in physics we often represent constants with letters. For example, the equation for gravitational force between two masses ($m_1$and $m_2$) separated by a ...
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Is coefficient same as constant?

I'd say that the video is not using the best word. I would call that constant the coefficient. Constant means that it is a number and not a variable. That's true. But the word coefficient conveys more ...
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