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some of my examples in my book don't have the largest as the degree
A second-degree polynomial, such as \(4x^2\), \(x^2 – 9\), or \(ax^2 + bx + c\), is also called a "quadratic".
A third-degree polynomial, such as \(–6x^3\) or \(x^3 – 27\), is also called a "cubic".
A fourth-degree polynomial, such as \(x^4\) or \(2x^4 – 3x^2 + 9\), is sometimes called a "quartic".
A fifth-degree polynomial, such as \(2x^5\) or \(x^5 – 4x^3 – x + 7\), is sometimes called a "quintic".
Now, knowing this, what would you say your example is?
It is a third-degree polynomial or a cubic-polynomial. Good job.
Thank You, I have a lot more problems, so I may need you lol
Okay, no problemo :)
Ok, now I have h(3)
H(x) = 2x^4 - x^3 + 2x^2 - 4x -3
Simple enough, just plug in 3 for all instances of x.
OMG DUH,I feel so dumb now
Nah, you're not dumb. It just takes practice. In my case, years of it :P
well, I have been out of school for 5 years, and I just started back to college last year.
Well good for you! If you ever need help, I can certainly try my best.