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anonymous

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What if we have a monomial of type: 2 (y^0) Is the value of the monomial dependent on the value of 'y'. Will we have different values at different values of y. Let me know what you think....

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    the value of the monomial does NOT depend on the value of "y", the monomial is always equal to 2 for any vale of y.

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    Thank you I am doing this project in my math class and needed to make sure everything was good on it. Thanks so much!

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    you're welcome!!

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    I am in need of a tutor, I am not good at math, but want to do good this is my last class.

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    math is not difficult, just prepare well and you'll be fine.. I wish you the best

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