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In your own words, explain how to find the degree of a polynomial.

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    @SheldonEinstein

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    The highest power of the variable of the polynomial is the degree of the polynomial

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    For example : \(\large{\color{blue}{3x^3 + 2x^2 - 4x + 9 = P(x) }}\) The degree of the polynomial is 3 (highest power of the variable x)

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    Got it @rebecca1233 ?

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    To sum all of what i just said: 1.)Combine like terms 2.)Drop all constants and coefficients 3.)Put the terms in order of their exponents 4,)Find the power of the first term 5.)Write the degree of the polynomial

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    Oh, guess I didnt help.... :(( Good Job Sheldon. I luv your work on The Big BANG Theory.

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    please continue to help me

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