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Tell whether the expression is a polynomial. If it is, give its degree. -2\pi Seleccione una respuesta. a. polynomial, degree 0 b. polynomial, degree 1 c. not a polynomial d. polynomial, degree -2

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according to my old memory, polynomial is something related to an unknown like x, t, or y.... in this case -2/pi= it is actually a number..... so i dont think it is a polynomial thus, the ans is c
The answer a is not right... what do you think about the answer answer....`?
The d -2 is not right i am sure

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it should be b then coz x^0=1= constant..... it can be expressed as -2/pi*x^0 my bad
Are you sure is grade 1?
i mean a--degree 0
sr. too tired....
btw, good catch!!!!!!
-2\pi ? is it -2/pi ?
Iam sorry but -2 is wrong
i think typing a polynomial is harder than finding if it is a polynomial :)

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