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What is the coefficient of the 1st degree? 3x5x^5+3x^2
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What is the coefficient of the 1st degree? 3x5x^5+3x^2
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You can imagine that the x with no exponent marked has a exponent of 1. \[3x=3x ^{1}\] That's to the first degree (1st) because it is raised to the 1st degree. This would be to the 2nd degree: \[3x ^{2}\]
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