anonymous
  • anonymous
find the degree of the monomial 12m^7n
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anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks bro
MasterChief
  • MasterChief
wait, its \[12m ^{7n}?\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea

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MasterChief
  • MasterChief
If so, the degree is 7, not 8
anonymous
  • anonymous
how?
MasterChief
  • MasterChief
Because the exponent is at 7, and there is no higher exponent. Why would there be an extra one? If it were something like 5x, the degree would be 1 because 5x is the same as 5x^1
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea but n also has 1 exponent
MasterChief
  • MasterChief
Oh I see what you are doing, I thought the n was after the ^7. Sorry
anonymous
  • anonymous
its ok :)
MasterChief
  • MasterChief
Like not with it.

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