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HelloKitty17

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Classify the following expression by degree and term: x2y - 7xy + xyz + x a.2nd degree polynomial b.7th degree polynomial c.2nd degree trinomial d.3rd degree polynomial

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  1. OregonDuck
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  2. HelloKitty17
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    Which of the following shows 8x3y + x2 - 14z - 2 + 5y2x written in standard form? a. -14z + 8x3y + 5y2x - 2 + x2 b.8x3y + 5y2x + x2 - 14z - 2 c.8x3y + x2 + 5y2x - 14z - 2 x2 - 2 d.- 14z + 5y2x + 8x2y

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    8x3y + 5y2x + x2 - 14z - 2

  4. OregonDuck
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    B

  5. HelloKitty17
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    how?

  6. OregonDuck
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    there are 2 others that are bigger than that..just look for the one's with the bigger exponents(the small numbers on top) 8x^3y is the biggest because it has an exponent of 3.

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    k!

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    next question?

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    Mike packed an equal number of flashlights in each of x gift boxes. The number of compartments in each gift box was 3 more than the number of boxes. The number of flashlights in each compartment of a box was 2 more than the number of compartments in each box. The expression below shows the total number of flashlights that Mike packed in all the boxes: x(x + 3)(x + 5) Which expression shows the number of compartments in each gift box? x + 3 x + 5 (x + 3)(x + 5) x(x + 3)(x + 5)

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  11. HelloKitty17
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    again how?

  12. OregonDuck
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    let's say there were 3 boxes. This would mean x = 3. The number of compartments in each box would be 5, and the number of flashlights in each compartment would be 8. Multiply 8 by the number of compartments in each box (5) and we get 40. Plug x = 3 into each equation, and see which one comes out to 40 the number of compartments in each box would be 6, which would mean the solution would be 48

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    next?

  14. OregonDuck
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    wait

  15. OregonDuck
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    ask it as a new question that way i can get a medal

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    Organize the following polynomial expressions from least to greatest based on their degree: I.6x2 II.18x3 + 5ab - 6y III.8a - 5 IV.4x3y + 3x2 - xy - 4 a. III, I, IV, II b. IV, II, I, III c. III, I, II, IV d.IV, I, II, III

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    ask it as a new question that way i can get a medal

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