anonymous
  • anonymous
Which statement best describes the polynomial 4x3+3x2-1? second degree polynomial with two terms third degree polynomial with two terms third degree polynomial with three terms fourth degree polynomial with three terms
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What one do you think?
anonymous
  • anonymous
third degree polynomial with two terms
anonymous
  • anonymous
It has three terms

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anonymous
  • anonymous
third degree polynoimal with three terms
anonymous
  • anonymous
Correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you
anonymous
  • anonymous
YW
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  • anonymous
Which statement best describes the polynomial-8x^2 ? first degree polynomial with two terms first degree polynomial with eight terms second degree monomial second degree binomial
anonymous
  • anonymous
first degree polynomialwith two terms
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  • anonymous
Which of the following is true about the polynomial6x^2-x ? Select all that apply. The polynomial is a binomial. The polynomial is written in standard form. The polynomial has three terms. The polynomial has a leading coefficient of 2. . 4 points

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