anonymous
  • anonymous
Find the degree of the polynomial 2x^3y^3 + 4xy - 10x^3y ?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
6
anonymous
  • anonymous
you find the highest exponent in a term, x^3y^3, it is 6 because they are a single term so we add them together, but x^3 + y^3 would be 3 because they are two different terms
anonymous
  • anonymous
6

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anonymous
  • anonymous
say you had xy, it would be 2 because each of them are to the first power
anonymous
  • anonymous
So we are just adding the exponents?
anonymous
  • anonymous
The exponents of the variables only, constants have 0 degree
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