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dusty

  • one year ago

classify each one by degree and number of terms. 1. 9x^2yz 2. 18x^2 + 5ab – 6y 3. 8a – 5 4. 4x^3 + 3x^2 – x – 4 5.x + 2xyz 6.3x + y + z 7.2x^3y + y^2x – 3x + 4 8.6x^2

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  1. dusty
    • one year ago
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    @jes230 will you help me?

  2. jes230
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    show me which numbers are exponants then i can tell you the degree

  3. dusty
    • one year ago
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    that better?

  4. jes230
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    better uno momento

  5. jes230
    • one year ago
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    1. 9x^2yz this has 1 term and the degree is 2 2. 18x^2 + 5ab – 6y this has 3 terms and the degree is 2 3. 8a – 5 this has 2 terms and the degree is 1 4. 4x^3 + 3x^2 – x – 4 this has 4 terms and the degree is 3 5.x + 2xyz this has2 terms and the degree is 1 6.3x + y + z this has 3 terms and the degree is 1 7.2x^3y + y^2x – 3x + 4 this has 4 terms and the degree is 3 8.6x^2 this has 1 term and the degree is 2

  6. jes230
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    Each piece of the polynomial, each part that is being added, is called a "term". degree is the highest exponant

  7. jes230
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    better?

  8. dusty
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    you such a life saver thank you!!!

  9. jes230
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    no problem :)

  10. dusty
    • one year ago
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    got one more question, would u help?

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