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write each polynomial function in standard form.then classify it by degree and by number of terms f(t)=4t+3t^3=3t-7
Presuming you meant \(f(t)=4t+3t^3+3t-7\), all we need to do is combine and rearrange the terms of the polynomial such that they're in descending powers of \(t\):$$f(t)=3t^3+7t-7$$... thus we see we have a cubic (i.e. third-degree) trinomial.