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Classify the expression 7x3 + 2x2– 9x + 1 as a monomial, binomial, trinomial or polynomial. monomial binomial trinomial polynomial

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    can you tell me how many different terms are there in that expression ?? like ax^3 is one term....bx is one term ....and so on..

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    are you there ? @rebecca1233

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    if you get only 1 term ----> monomial. if you get only 2 terms ----> binomial. if you get only 3 terms ----> trinomial. if you get 4 terms or more ----> polynomial.

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    trinomial ?

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    did u get 3 terms or 4 terms ?

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    list all the terms you get

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