Definitions, degrees and names of polynomials
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1 pointsWhich expression is not a polynomial?
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1 pointsThe expression \(x^3\sqrt{2}\) is a polynomial
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2 pointsWhich expression is a polynomial?
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2 pointsThe expression \(\sqrt{12}x^42x^2\sqrt{143}\) is a polynomial
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1 pointsThe degree of the polynomial: \(4x^5 – 5x^4 – 3x^2 + 2\) is:
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1 pointsThe degree of polynomial: \(2x^3 – 5x^4 – 10x + 9\) is
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1 pointsThe xpression \(x^33\) is:
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1 pointsThe expression \(4x^{12}+3x1\) is:
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1 pointsThe expression \(4x^2+3x^2\) is:
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1 pointsThe sum of two trinomials is always a trinomial?
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2 pointsThe degree of polynomial: \(2x^3y – 5x^2y^3 – 10xy + 9x\) is
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3 pointsWhat is the degree of \((x^3 4x^5 +2x + 1)(x^2x^8+11)\)?
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3 pointsThe degree of polynomial \((2x 11)(x^2+5x6)^2(x^4x)\) is
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3 pointsThe degree of 0 is 0
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3 pointsIt is possible to subtract two polynomials, each of degree 4, and have the difference be a polynomial of degree 3.
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3 pointsPolynomials with odd degree always have at least one real root?
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