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It is a binomial I guess.
Yes that's it, anything else?
so just say its that
I think it's everything but I haven't checked "It cannot be evaluated at x = -1/3". IF you wanna check ,sub that in the equation, and see if the result is good.
I am lost
I don't think its a binomial, but what do I know.
"It is a binomial." Forgot what binomial is... "It cannot be evaluated at x = -1/3" Sub x=-1/3 into -5x^3 + 2x^2 – 7. It has a degree of 3.- I think of -5x^3. "It is cubic." I think of "-5x^3 ".
I been told you it's a binomial. Wow.
Looks to me as a trinomial, or greater.
It's a binomial dude.
What's its binomial form? (x-a)(x-b) or whatever? It looks to be that right?
Sorry, getting off what the questioner wants, but I really should learn this.
Than Tim don't confuse her man. It's a binomial for the 100 th time I said it. lol
u already confused me
ITS NOT BINOMIAL!
HELLOOO BI means two! It's cubic and has a degree of 3, it's defined everywhere, so undefined at 1/3 is false too
C and D are the options
so the third and fourth one are correct
You gotta sub in the value to check the second one. It's very possible for it to work.
I'm not doing it myself cause I'm working on something else.
Listen the only way it wouldnt work if u had a denominator with x + 1/3 cuz u'd get a 0 on the denominator.. or something like a negative under sqrt. YES THE ANSWER IS 3 AND 4.
Ok. Makes sense.
Didn't check it out personally (mathematically).