## anonymous 5 years ago Which of the following is a trinomial with a constant term? A. x + 2y + 10 B. y6 + 8y3 + 64y C. y8 - 2x D. y(3 + 2) E. x3 + y F. x

1. anonymous

please help me !!!!!! Which of the following is a trinomial with a constant term? A. x + 2y + 10 B. y6 + 8y3 + 64y C. y8 - 2x D. y(3 + 2) E. x3 + y F. x

2. anonymous

how do i get my replys

3. anonymous

A trinomial is a polynomial with three terms in it, what would your qualified guess be?

4. anonymous

i would say y6 + 8y3 + 64y

5. anonymous

with a constant term A.. is a trinomial

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7. anonymous

u welcome.

8. anonymous

i think the answer is A am i right Which of the following is a trinomial with a constant term? A. x3 + 12x2 + x B. x + 7y C. x - y + 3 D. y + x3 E. x7 F. y2 + 12

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10. anonymous

then it has to be x-y+3

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12. anonymous

thank you so much u are alot of help but could you tell me how you got that answer

13. anonymous

sorry,......... i was unavailable due to error in network...... here there r two variables x and y and constant term 3

14. anonymous

Identify the variable expression that is not a polynomial. A. 24 B. y6 + x2 C. x2 + 2 D. x-4 + y2

15. anonymous

all are polynomial......

16. anonymous

A isn't

17. anonymous

24 is also a polynomial. we can write 24*x^0

18. anonymous

yes, A is a polynomial with degree 0.........

19. anonymous

i have two different answers so i dont know which one is not a polynomial

20. anonymous

andrewman, r u sure that question is written correctly........

21. anonymous

yes i am sure

22. anonymous

may be A is right, because it is different from others....... but know that 24 is a polynomial with degree 0..........

23. anonymous

ok thank you im going to try it and ill get back to you

24. anonymous

Which of the following are binomials? Check all that apply. A. x11 + 1 B. x8 C. 2x4 + x2 + D. x2 + 2 E. 2 + F. x2 + x + 3

25. anonymous

ans is A

26. anonymous

A and D

27. anonymous

thank you once again you are like the only one that is being very helpful

28. anonymous

Which of the following are monomials? Check all that apply. A. 19 B. 2x + 2 C. 139 + 12 D. x23 E. x9 + y9 F. y

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30. anonymous

sorry,........ it is A, C , D and F

31. anonymous

:) it ok

32. anonymous

What is the coefficient of the term of degree 4 in this polynomial? 4x8 + 5x4 - 2x3 + x2 - 1

33. anonymous

sorry, i was unavailable due to network problem.......

34. anonymous

it is 5

35. anonymous

it ok sorry i was busy to thank you

36. anonymous

no problem......

37. anonymous

Which of the following is a monomial? A. y/x B. (2 + x)2 C. x D. log x

38. anonymous

C ,

39. anonymous

wow you are really good :)

40. anonymous

r u checking my knowlege?

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42. anonymous

Evaluate (1/2)x0.

43. anonymous

i need help from someone please

44. anonymous

it is x^0 or multiply by 0 ???????

45. anonymous

if case first, answer is 1/2 case second, obviously 0 .

46. anonymous

i think the answer is c am i right ? Which of the following is a polynomial? A. x2 + 2 B. x-x - 1 C. 7x7 - 2x-4 + 3 D. (x8 - 2)/(x-2 + 3)

47. anonymous

all are polynomial except D

48. anonymous

it will only let me pick one answer

49. anonymous

please write the exponent in form of (x^2) or ( X^3) like x3,x-2......it is confusing............

50. anonymous

Which of the following is a polynomial? A. x^2 + 2 B. x^-x - 1 C. 7x^7 - 2x^-4 + 3 D. (x^8 - 2)/(x-^2 + 3)

51. anonymous

does that help better

52. anonymous

yaa...... it is now clear.... answer is A

53. anonymous

due to this ........ it may be possible that previous answer is wrong......

54. anonymous

Which of the following is a trinomial with a constant term? A. 4x^4 - 3x^2 + x B. -3 + 4x^4 C. 2x^2 - 5 + x D. 4x^4 + 2x^2 - 2x

55. anonymous

C

56. anonymous

thats what i was thinking but i wasnt sure

57. anonymous

i think now, u clearly understand the concept and can give correct solution of each problem..............

58. anonymous

now, i m going........... u can send problem on my mail id : sudhanshu.cochin@gmail.com byeeeeeeeeee

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