How do you get the highest degree of polynomial?
x2 - x10 + x5 - x12 - x3
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9x 5 -- 2 x 3 -- 8y+ 3 This polynomial has four terms, including a fifth-degree term, a third-degree term, a first-degree term, and a constant term. This is a fifth-degr…ee polynomial. 4b 4 + 9w 2 + z This polynomial has three terms, including a fourth-degree term, a second-degree term, and a first-degree term. There is no constant term. This is a fourth-degree polynomial. . a one-term polynomial, such as 6x or 3x^2, may also be called a "monomial" ("mono" meaning "one") . a two-term polynomial, such as 2 x + f or 4x 2 -- 7, may also be called a "binomial" ("bi" meaning "two") . a three-term polynomial, such as 5x + h + s or x 4 + 7d 2 -- 4, may also be called a "trinomial" ("tri" meaning "three") . hint: ^ means to the raised power i got a little help with this but i hope this is what you were looking for?
The degree of a polynomial is the highest degree of its terms. The degree of a term is the sum of the exponents of the variables. 7x 3 y 2 + 15xy 6 + 23x 2 y 2 The degree… of the first term is 5. The degree of the second term is 7. The degree of the third term is 4. The degree of the polynomial is 7.
The degree of a polynomial is the highest degree of its terms . The degree of a term is the sum of the exponents of the variables that appear in it.
degree of monomial
The degree of a polynomial is the value of the highest exponent on the variable. Multivariate polynomials can have different degrees in different variables; x^2 + 3y is second… degree in x and first degree in y.
No. A quadratic polynomial is degree 2 (2 is the highest power); a cubic polynomial is degree 3 (3 is the highest power). No. A quadratic polynomial is degree 2 (2 is the hig…hest power); a cubic polynomial is degree 3 (3 is the highest power). No. A quadratic polynomial is degree 2 (2 is the highest power); a cubic polynomial is degree 3 (3 is the highest power). No. A quadratic polynomial is degree 2 (2 is the highest power); a cubic polynomial is degree 3 (3 is the highest power).
I suppose there is a very very small chance that it might just be 8.
Yes, any second-degree polynomial is quadratic. Degree 0 - constant (8) Degree 1 - linear (n) Degree 2 - quadratic (n^2) Degree 3 - cubic (n^3) Degree 4 - fourt…h degree (n^4) Degree 5 - fifth degree (n^5) Degree 6 - sixth degree (n^6) and so on............ Also a degree I find funny is the special name for one hundredth degree. Degree 100 - hectic (n^100)
highest total of the exponents
The degree of a monomial is the sum of the exponents. Example: 28x 3 yn 2 . Although the letters are different, the degree is 3+1+2. The 1 is understood above the y. So the de…gree is 6.. The degree of anything besides a monomial is the highest degree of the other monomials. For example: 77a 3 b 5 c 6 +100xyz. | | 3+5+6 1+1+1 14 3 Although the 100 is the bigger number, the degree of this binomial is 14. The same is for a trinomial etc. You just find the degree of all monomials. The highest degree is the degree the whole binomial/trinomial ect. I hope I helped!
no a plynomial can not have more zeros than the highest (degree) number of the function at leas that is what i was taught. double check the math.
No, it's second degree. Third degree is cubic.
That varies from polynomial to polynomial. Whatever the highest exponent is is called the "degree", so a quadratic like x 2 + 2x + 8 has degree 2.
What degree of polynomial will be produced by multiplying a third degree polynomial and a fourth degree polynomial?
seventh degree polynomial x 3 times x 4 = x 7