What is the leading term, leading coefficient, and degree of this polynomial f(x)=x2(2)+x−5?

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2022-01-29

What is the leading term, leading coefficient, and degree of this polynomial f(x)=x2(2)+x5?

Answer & Explanation

Nevaeh Jensen

Nevaeh Jensen

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2022-01-30Added 14 answers

Explanation:
f(x)=x2(2)+x5
We can write this as:
f(x)=2x2+x+5
This is a quadratic in standard form: ax2+bx+c
Where: a=2, b=1 and c=5
Hence, Leading term: 2x2 and leading coefficient: 2.
Also, a quadratic function is of degree 2, since the leading term is of x to the power 2.
Leading term 2x2, Leading coefficient: 2, Degree 2.

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