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degree 1 means the exponent on x is 1. Which term is that?
like this is an example can you put how you solved the whole problem and got the answer?
there's nothing to solve. you're just picking a number out from the expression. |dw:1435260115956:dw|
The other ones you can just look. for degree 1 and degree 0 the exponents are understood and not written |dw:1435260252604:dw|
so which one of your terms has degree 1, meaning exponent 1?
|dw:1435260825513:dw| can you tell how many different terms are in the expression?
no i have no idea can you give my like how you solved the whole answer with the steps and answer so i can try it im really go just looking at the whole thing
There are no steps. They're asking you to apply a definition. They're asking you for the coefficient of a 1st degree term. I posted a picture with the degree of each term, and I've posted another with how you pick out the degree and coefficient. You're not really saying what you don't understand, so I don't know what I need to explain better.
4x^2 is the first term in your problem. The coefficient is 4 and the degree is 2. 3x^9 is the second term. The coefficient is 3 and the degree is 9. All you're doing is naming the part of each term
so the answer is 3