Identify the degree of each term of the polynomial and the degree of the polynomial.
the degree of first term?
degree of second?
third?
fourth?
and the degree of the polynomial is?

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- anonymous

-6x^3+6x^2+3x+5

- amistre64

degree is just the highest exponent value of the term

- anonymous

right.

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- amistre64

3,2,1,0;......3

- anonymous

so can u breifly explain how you got at least one of the answers?

- amistre64

i looked at the exponents to see what number it had, and determined that the number defines the degree of the term...

- anonymous

the terms are :
\[-6x^3\]
\[6x^2\]
\[3x\]
\[5\]

- amistre64

6x^2 has a 2 as an exponent, so its a degre of 2

- anonymous

the degrees are the exponents, and the biggest one is 3

- amistre64

its kinda like asking how tall you are, and then asking how you know your that tall. the tape measure says so :)

- anonymous

oh so your looking at the x^3 x^2 x and then nothing , so the 3 is highest so that is first and then so on?

- amistre64

yes

- anonymous

5 counts as a term. its degree is 0

- anonymous

so the degree os polynomial? how did u get that one

- amistre64

poly degree is just highest degree of the terms

- amistre64

x^3 is highest degreed term so poly degree is 3

- anonymous

while we are at it there is more terminology. the LEADING COEFFICIENT is the coefficient of the term of highest degree so in this case it is -6

- anonymous

ok gotcha woohoo thank you!!!!!!

- anonymous

and the CONSTANT is the term of degree 0, so in this case it is 5

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thank you

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