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classify each one by degree and number of terms. 9x^2yz 18x^2 + 5ab – 6y 8a – 5 can someone explain to me if the below polynomials are written in standard form ? if they arent, how do i write them in standard form ?? 3a^3b – 4ab^2 + a^2 –8x^2y^2 + 10xy^4 – 6x^2y

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  1. skullpatrol
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    Any ideas?

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  2. mikaa_toxica13
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    no. this one i really jus need done for me. normally i do try to figure it out and have it explained but im very limited on time right now.

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    9x^2yz is a 4th degree monomial 18x^2 + 5ab – 6y is a 2nd degree trinomial 8a-5 is a 1st degree binomial and tome the bottom 2 look like they are in standard form

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    to me**

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  5. mikaa_toxica13
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    okay what would make them standard form ?

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  6. BlueHellWolf
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    simplified as low as possible....combining like terms

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  7. mikaa_toxica13
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    thank u sooo much !

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    standard form of a polynomial equation: A form of the equation in which one side is zero and the other is a simplified polynomial arranged in order of decreasing degree of one variable.

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