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Tell whether the expression is a monomial. If it is, name the variable(s) and coefficient, and give the degree of the monomial. - \frac{-4x^{10}}{y^2} Choose one answer. a. Monomial; variables x, y; coefficient -4; degree 8 b. Monomial; variables x, y; coefficient -4; degree 10 c. Not a monomial d. Monomial; variables x, y; coefficient -4; degree 2

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  1. Sariah
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    |dw:1322562233695:dw|

  2. luckey
    • 4 years ago
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    answer 2

  3. Sariah
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    Are you sure , I think it is not monomial

  4. Sariah
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    slaaibak help me to solv this

  5. slaaibak
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    I'm not very familiar with this, but I'd say C, since any polynomial should have only non-negative powers. A monomial is a special polynomial, hence the non-negative powers should also apply. Therefore, because this contains y^-2, I'd say C.

  6. Sariah
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    Mee too thaks !

  7. luckey
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    what do u understand ny monomial?

  8. Sariah
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    i think is binomail coefficient

  9. Sariah
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    Binomial

  10. luckey
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    monomial is a single term expression without any addition or subtration operation its definitely a monomial expression no doubt

  11. Sariah
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    What do you think luckey?

  12. slaaibak
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    I'd say it's a rational function.

  13. Sariah
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    What´s answer then? iam confused

  14. luckey
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    its a monomial with degree 8

  15. luckey
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    option a 100% sure

  16. Sariah
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    Ok thanks wait i will give you a medal if you are right... ok in somes minutes i will know it...

  17. slaaibak
    • 4 years ago
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    Wait.

  18. Sariah
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    What

  19. slaaibak
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    Lucky, do you know polynomials only have non-negative powers?

  20. Sariah
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    slaaibak i think it is not monimial

  21. agdgdgdgwngo
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    \[- \frac{-4x^{10}}{y^2}\]

  22. slaaibak
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    A monomial is a product of positive integer powers of a fixed set of variables (possibly) together with a coefficient

  23. Sariah
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    is there diferent that think diferent ?

  24. slaaibak
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    according to that definition, it is certainly not a monomial.

  25. agdgdgdgwngo
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    It's not a monomial, since not all the exponents of the variables in the expression are positive integers.

  26. Sariah
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    ok so the right answer is c

  27. slaaibak
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    Cool, thanx for clarifying.

  28. Sariah
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    I think so...

  29. slaaibak
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    yes, it's c

  30. luckey
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    m puzzled

  31. Sariah
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    Thanks slaaibak and agdgdgdgwngo the answer is right said the teacher...thanks

  32. luckey
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    is it really a non-monomial

  33. slaaibak
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    yes

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