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Which of the following expressions is a polynomial? (answer choices inside)

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Answer choices, A,B,C,D from top to bottom :) which is a polynomial? :)
in order to be a polynomial, all exponents (over the variables) must be positive whole numbers
the exponents can't be variables

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okay, all the exponents are numbers in the answer choices tho
no
except for answer choice c.
yes
so C is out then right?
also, the square root of variables is not allowed
if it were a polynomial
okay so answer choice A is out... all thats left is B and D right?
and finally, dividing by variables (or variable expressions) isn't allowed in polynomials
oaky so B is out?? my answer is D. ?? the last one on the answer choice list?
yes
kk thank youu :)

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