What is the leading term, leading coefficient, and degree of this polynomial f(x)=−2x3(x+5)4(x−3)2?

GrareeCowui

GrareeCowui

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2022-01-30

What is the leading term, leading coefficient, and degree of this polynomial f(x)=2x3(x+5)4(x3)2?

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Jordyn Horne

Jordyn Horne

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2022-01-31Added 16 answers

Explanation:
You first express the the polynomial in its canonical form consisting of a conbination of monomials, you get:
2x98x8198x7+620x6+2050x51500x411250x3
The degree is the term with the greatest exponent, which is in this case 9.
The leading term is 2x9, and the leading coefficient is -2, and the degree of this polynomial is 9.

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