• anonymous
Check four of my answers to four different problems? Question #1: Which polynomial is written in standard form? a: 2x + 9x2 - 5x3 b: -5x3 + 9x2 + 2x c: -5x3 + 2x + 9x2 d: 9x2 + 2x - 5x3 My answer: b Question #2: How many terms are in the algebraic expression 2x - 9xy + 17y a: 4 b: 1 c: 3 d: 17 My Answer: c Question #3: What is the coefficient of x in the algebraic expression (5a)x - 17x^2 + 14a. My Answer: 5a Question #4: In an algebraic expression, what separates the terms? My Answer: In algebraic expressions the terms are seperated by plus and minus signs.
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  • katieb
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  • Directrix
This chart may help on the first question.
  • tkhunny
Q1 - Seems okay. Starting with a negative coefficient will hurt someone's feelings. Q2 - Yup. Q3 - Yes, again. Q4 - Well, okay, but I would have preferred Addition or Subtraction. This refers to what is actually going on rather than how it is written. Okay, you did so well on that one you should have more confidence and go boldly through your next assignment. It is time for you to verify your won answers!
  • anonymous
Thank you :)

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