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The expression 9x^2y^3-2x^3z can be best described as which of the following trinomial nomomial binomial not a polynomial

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  1. NatalieLove Group Title
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    i would say a not poly

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  2. tkhunny Group Title
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    Do you have a definition?

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  3. NatalieLove Group Title
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    yes http://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/polynomials.html

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    how many terms does it have?

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    What do you have up there that violates the definition of "polynomial"?

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  6. NatalieLove Group Title
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    2

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  7. Mertsj Group Title
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    Do you ever ride a BIcycle? How many wheels does it have? Make a wild guess...what is a 2 term polynomial called?

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  8. tkhunny Group Title
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    Of course, we should agree that it IS a polynomial, first.

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    Our friend Paul writes with clarity about polynomials at the link: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Classes/Alg/Polynomials.aspx Two blurbs from his notes are attached below. It is possible to have a polynomial with three variables as does the polynomial: 9x² y^³ - 2x³ z

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    You are asking about the number of terms in the polynomial P(x) = 9x² y^³ - 2x³ z To help you with that, study the attached chart.

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    It's not rocket science...it's a binomial

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