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Look at the picture

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  1. Katieann16 Group Title
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    help me

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  2. rorytsm Group Title
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    A polynomial is a monomial or the sum or difference of monomials. Each monomial is called a term of the poynomial

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    i know .

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    @zordoloom

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  5. rorytsm Group Title
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    so are you asking for the answer? or why that is the answer marked in the picture?

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  6. Katieann16 Group Title
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    im asking for the correct answer because i got this wrong and i wanna know which i got wrong.

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    I think it's all of them except for D

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    yeah, i think D is the only one that isn't because it has a negative exponent in it

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    B

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    A polynomial is a sum of terms. Each term of a polynomial can only contain a number (called coefficient) and zero or more variables raised to a natural number (1, 2, 3, ...). If you have a variable as an exponent, or a variable raised to a negative exponenet, or a fractional exponent, that is not a polynomial.

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    b isnt one?

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    @skullpatrol

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    so A wouldn't be one either according to mathstudent's definition

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    Ya, I don't think is a polynomial either.

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    B & F are both polynomials @Katieann16

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    actually E wouldn't be one either since it has x^4 in the denominator

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    A has a variable as an exponent. C has a fractional exponent D & E have variables in the denominator

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  18. Katieann16 Group Title
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    so its just B&F

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  19. rorytsm Group Title
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    pretty sure mathstudent just nailed it

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  20. skullpatrol Group Title
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    Correct.

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    Correct, only B and F

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    thank you all(:

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    np

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    To get this question right you have to understand the definition of a monomial.

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