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Definition
In Algebra, we many times uses English Alphabets like a, x, y, z to represent a variable. So, we call all such English Alphabets as Literal Numbers.
In simple words, an English Alphabet that is used to represent a variable is called a Literal Number.

From the following algebraic numbers pick out Literal Numbers.

Example 1 = Find out Literal Numbers from given algebraic numbers
24x, ac, 4k, 93s
Answer = Literal numbers = x, a, c, k, s.

Example 2 = Find out Literal Numbers from given algebraic numbers
3p, rs, 90b, 8c
Answer = Literal numbers are = p, r, s, b, c.

Example 3 = Find out Literal Numbers from given algebraic numbers
a6, 8hj, 100rt, 9bcd
Answer = Literal numbers = a, h, j, r, t, b, c, d.

Example 4 = Find out Literal Numbers from given algebraic numbers
76z, 44mn, 33i, 988d, 77qr
Answer = Literal numbers are = z, m, n, i, d, q, r.



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