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Shido88 Group Title

state the degree of this? h(x)=(x^2+2)(x-1)^2 (1-x)

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    I put 4 but it's wrong..

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    5

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    please explain :)

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    i thought it's 1 2 1 = 4

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    just multiply terms with highest degree from each bracket,i.e, \[x^2*x^2*x\]

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