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LeAnn01Xxx

  • one year ago

When dividing with polynomials one factor becomes the dividend and the other factor becomes the quotient. True False

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    true yes, because even though you can subtract and get a monomial or even a 0 - that's still a polynomial. A polynomial is anything that can be put in the form of ax^n + ax^(n-1)....etc.. The coefficient a is a real number which includes 0. [ So, even the number 0, or any other number, can be written as a polynomial: 0x^2 + 0x + 0 is a polynomial. ]

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    thank you weegy

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    Thx :P

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    welome

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