• anonymous
Can someone check my answer? 2x^-2y^-2 my answer: I say it *is* a polynomial with 1 term and 2 variables and it's degree is -2.
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  • tkhunny
Please supply a definition of a "Polynomial".
  • anonymous
the exponent of \(-2\) means \(\frac{2}{y^2}\) so like last time, the answer is "NO"
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