anonymous
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EASY MEDAL Which statement best demonstrates why the following is a non-example of a polynomial? 33 y squared all over x squared - 62y2xz - 35z2y2 The expression has a variable raised to a negative exponent. The expression has a negative coefficient. The expression has a variable raised to a fraction. The expression has a variable in the denominator of a fraction.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@shamil98
anonymous
  • anonymous
@charlotte123
anonymous
  • anonymous
@zeinas.

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charlotte123
  • charlotte123
The expression has a negative coefficient <---- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polynomial
anonymous
  • anonymous
do you know the answer though
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
I Stated It Already He He
anonymous
  • anonymous
idk where you stated it can you tell me it
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
The expression has a negative coefficient - The Second Choice
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
Oh - And Congrats On Yellow!
Directrix
  • Directrix
@charlotte123 >>The expression has a negative coefficient Negative coefficients ARE allowed in polynomials. Consider P(x) = x^3 - 5x - 1 Some other option is the correct answer @realmadridCR7
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
@Directrix Got Confused With The Positive Integer Exponents Part - My Bad
Directrix
  • Directrix
I tried to help here but realized that I don't know what the algebraic expression for the possible polynomial is. Then, the OP ran off when I asked for a clarificiation. http://openstudy.com/users/directrix#/updates/52ad07a7e4b0f72fdcf74c7b
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
33 y squared all over x squared - 62y2xz - 35z2y2 ----> 33y^2/x^2 - 62y^2xz - 35z^2y^2 The expression has a variable raised to a negative exponent <-- I see no variable raised to a negative exponent In the expression. The expression has a variable raised to a fraction <-- I see no variable raised to a fraction In the expression. If It Is Not The expression has a negative coefficient ---> It Would Be The expression has a variable in the denominator of a fraction.
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
The coefficients in a polynomial can be fractions - But there are no variables In denominators <---- Seems Like The Last One Is The Answer! @Directrix Thanks For The help!
Directrix
  • Directrix
I think I'll agree to that. But, I still am unsure what this expression really is when written in symbolic form with no words. 33 y squared all over x squared - 62y2xz - 35z2y2 What do you think it is?
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
I believe It would be: 33y^2/x^2 - 62y^2xz - 35z^2y^2
Directrix
  • Directrix
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charlotte123
  • charlotte123
Which makes sense - Looking at the options
Directrix
  • Directrix
Are you saying this: 33y^2/ (x^2 - 62y^2xz - 35z^2y^2)
Directrix
  • Directrix
It does make sense looking at the options.
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
Yes!
Directrix
  • Directrix
Well, then I agree with your answer.
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
Oh Golly! Thank You!!!

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