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JaneDoe100 Group Title

Find the degree of the monomal

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  1. Kamille Group Title
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    minimal?

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  2. JaneDoe100 Group Title
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    6p³q²

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    monomial

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    mono means 1.

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    poly means more than 1.

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    degree of a monomial: The sum of the degrees of the variables in the monomial.

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    @JaneDoe100 Are you still there?

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    no but its 5, right?

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    Why did you say "no"?

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  10. JaneDoe100 Group Title
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    because i wasnt at my computer so i wasnt hear when you asked

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    Oh...OK and yes the answer is 5=3+2

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    thanks. Can you help me with this one 2? the simpler form of (5x³+2)(5x³-2)

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    That is known as a difference of squares because it is the sum of two numbers 5x^3 and 2 times thier difference: $$(a+b)(a-b)=a^2-b^2$$

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    $$a=5x^3$$ $$b=2$$

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    so 25x(to the power of 6)-4?

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    than what?

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    Yes, you are correct.

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