State the degree of the given polynomial: 7x^8 - 8x^7 - 4x - 4

Darryl English 2022-07-27 Answered
State the degree of the given polynomia: 7 x 8 8 x 7 4 x 4
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Bubbinis4
Answered 2022-07-28 Author has 8 answers
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Given: 7 x 8 8 x 7 4 x 4
You can observe from the equation that the x 8 is the highest degree of the variable x, as among all the avaliable powers of x (i.e., 8, 7, 1) 8 is the greater of them.
So 8 is the degree of the given polynomial.
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Darian Hubbard
Answered 2022-07-29 Author has 7 answers
The degree would be 8 because that is the highest degree shown in 7 x 8
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