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no values of x should be excluded if you are dealing with a polynomial
so wound it be a
are you dealing with a rational expression? i can't see a denominator
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@Dockworker not true, what about:
x^-1 + 1?
x != 0 in this polynomial
x^-1+1 is not a polynomial
polynomials have positive integer exponents
bye geting help from my teachers
well, non-negative integer exponents (includes 0)
aye, suppose you're right lol.. i guess for some reason i thought you could re-write rational expressions into polynomial form. wasn't aware the powers had to be >= 0
learn something new lol
It seems that by getting into a discussion between yourselves about the nature of the expression, you may not have noticed that the expression appears not to be written correctly. Before that could be established, KaylynRocks left the thread having received much less than the help she expected. Indeed, this is an lol situation ---------------> L ack O f L aughter in my opinion.