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the highest exponent tells the degree.
2nd degree → x² → quadratic
3rd degree → x³ → cubic

I know that but how don't I figure that out because x(x - 4)(x - 5) is already factored..

When you multiply them together, what will the highest exponent be?

\[x ^{2}\]

Oh okay hang on a sec.

x^3

right

so then what type of polynomial is it?

I got \[x ^{3}-9x+20\] so it would be a third degree trinomial right?

yes

Okay thank you so much for your help!!

you're welcome