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 one year ago
I have the answers from an online calculator, I just need to know what standard form is and how to tell if something's in it.
Explain whether the polynomials below are written in standard form. If not, use complete sentences to explain how to write the polynomial in standard form.
1. 3a^3b4ab^2+a^2
2. 8x^2y^2+10xy^46x^2y
 one year ago
I have the answers from an online calculator, I just need to know what standard form is and how to tell if something's in it. Explain whether the polynomials below are written in standard form. If not, use complete sentences to explain how to write the polynomial in standard form. 1. 3a^3b4ab^2+a^2 2. 8x^2y^2+10xy^46x^2y

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tkhunny
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1"standard" is a little trickier with more than one variable. Generally, there are only two requirements. 1) Descending exponents (or descending "order" if that is confusing) 2) Positive leading coefficient.

Mathishard13
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Thanks so much.(:
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