anonymous
  • anonymous
State the degree of the polynomial. xy^2 + 3xy – 7 + y
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anonymous
  • anonymous
do you need help
only_hanaaa
  • only_hanaaa
finding the degree of a polynomial isn't really that hard...the degree of the polynomial is just is just the which of the variables has the largest exponent quantity, so for this equation xy^2 + 3xy – 7 + y, 2 is the biggest exponent so this polynomial is a second degree polynomial
anonymous
  • anonymous
Arrange 2x^2 – 4x^4 + 3 + 6x in order by decreasing powers of x.

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only_hanaaa
  • only_hanaaa
they want you to rearrange the terms in the expression so its in decreasing order...2x^2 – 4x^4 + 3 + 6x, so it would look like this... 3+6x+2x^2-4x^4
anonymous
  • anonymous
AWESOME!!!!!!!!! can u help me with more please?! @only_hanaaa
only_hanaaa
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sure, sorry I had to go to the doctors :P

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