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Again look at the picture

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    help please

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    @skullpatrol

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    They are all polynomials. sqrt of x is the same thing as x^1/2

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    thank you

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    A, D, E, F are. Others are not. B has x in radical, and C has variables in the denominator.

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    Even if the variables are in the radicals, you can still express them as: \[x^{-n} \] similarly, \[\sqrt{x} = x ^{\frac{ 1 }{ 2 }}\]

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    in the denom*

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    That's not a polynomial, though. In a ploynomial, variables can only have non-negative exponents.

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    Oh sh*t. You're right. My bad.

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    np

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