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Fox375

  • 3 years ago

Which polynomial is written in ascending order? t2 – t + 4 t2 + 4 – t 4 + t2 – t 4 – t + t2

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  1. Sacrelicious
    • 3 years ago
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    In order to solve this, you have to look at the order for each of the variable terms. In this case, t is your variable. You have 3 terms. \[4t^{0}=4\] exponent is 0. \[-t^{1}=-t\] exponent is 1. \[t^{2}\] exponent is 2. So you order them by exponents from least to greatest (ascending). \[4-t+t^{2}\]

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