How do you write a polynomial in standard form, then classify it by degree and...
How do you write a polynomial in standard form, then classify it by degree and number of terms
Answer & Explanation
Beginner2022-02-06Added 12 answers
Explanation: Let's combine like terms first (i.e. Anything with can be combined, anything with can be combined, etc.): (Resort the numbers into standard form, to make it easier to simplify) (Combine like terms) We now have our simplified polynomial. This can be classified as a 3rd degree polynomial We classify by number of terms by finding how many individual terms there are. , amd 7 are all four of our terms, so we have a polynomial (Any polynomial with four or more terms is just called a polynomial.) We classify by degree by finding the highest exponent on any of the terms. The exponent 3 is the highest term, so this polynomial is a 3rd degree polynomial.
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