How do you write a polynomial in standard form, then classify it by degree and...

ingathat8b9

ingathat8b9

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2022-02-01

How do you write a polynomial in standard form, then classify it by degree and number of terms 211x28x+6x2?

Answer & Explanation

ljmolerovae

ljmolerovae

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2022-02-02Added 15 answers

Explanation:
Standard form of polynomial equation of 2nd order is
ax2+bx+c
Rearrange the like terms together and then simplify. Then arrange then again rearrange them in the standard format given above.
211x28x+6x2=2+(11x2+6x2)8x
=25x28x=5x28x+2
Answer:
5x28x+2
Veschettijib

Veschettijib

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2022-02-03Added 12 answers

The polynomial has three terms (separated by + and - signs), and a degree of 2 because the largest exponent is 2.
Explanation:
Write in standard form:
21128x+6x2
Simplify 112+6x2
25x28x
Rearrange the terms from greatest to least exponent.
5x2: exponent of 2
-8x: exponent of 1
2: exponent of 0
5x28x+2
The polynomial has three terms (separated by + and -signs), and a degree of 2 because the largest exponent is 2.
Result:
5x28x+2

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