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they r not, in the polinomila the exponents must be integers

^ positive integers

@bahrom7893 what expression can be a polynomial?

Simplify each of them and post what you get.

well technically x^2/3 is a polynomial, x^(2/3) is not.

So once you have simplified it, which one ends up with positive integer exponents?

@bahrom7893 where did you get x^2/3?

so, what's the answer per number item?

number 2?

yes

but # 2 has a denominator??

but not in the exponent

doesnt # 2 have a variable in the denominator? @bahrom7893

2. 12b^2
-------- where do you see a variable in the denominator?
5

ohhh..ok
so the variable hence is a letter.
is # 2 the only polynomial out of all?
@bahrom7893

ok. thanks @bahrom7893