Jacob902
  • Jacob902
Which of the following is a monomial? A. (2 - x)^2 B. y C. x/y D. log x
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What do you think a monomial is?
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
For the second definition, a monomial is a monomial in the first sense multiplied by a nonzero constant, called the coefficient of the monomial. A monomial in the first sense is also a monomial in the second sense, because the multiplication by 1 is allowed
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
so what do you think it is ?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well A is definitely eliminated… sorry but I'm really split between the others.
anonymous
  • anonymous
A monomial is basically 1 term
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
so flower you dont think its A ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
mm I would go with b
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
why
anonymous
  • anonymous
Y is 1 term example binomial is 2^4+5 trinomial 5^4+2^2+3
anonymous
  • anonymous
What is log answer d?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Grab another opinion before you answer your question.

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