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mukeshkumarkarn

  • one year ago

U=(x^3+xy^2+y^3)/x degree of U

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  1. akemisofia
    • one year ago
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  2. rohit12
    • one year ago
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    it is three since degree of the equation means the sum of powers in a term and hence when you consider the second term the numerator has degree 4 and the denominator 1 and so 4-1 = 3 so problem solved :)

  3. rohit12
    • one year ago
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    but yea at the same time when a polynomial or lets say a function is defined in terms of a variable then the sum is taken with respect to that variable only .... so watch out for what the question says

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    • one year ago
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