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every variable is to the first power?
i dont get it
you can combine things with the same variable terms.. like 3x2y + 4xy - 5x4y = 6xy + 4xy - 20 xy = (6 + 4 - 20)xy = -10xy
does it apply for a.. b. nd c
need to simplify it first by combining the like terms
oh you know what, are those powers? like the first term \[3x^2*y\] ?
NOPE . i dont know this at allllll
They probably are, usually put a x^2 hat for powers
So the prob is... \[3x^2y+4xy + 1 -5x^4 y - 6y\]
Descending order - Largest powers of x first, Order the terms in decreasing powers of x
Number of terms, are how many things are added or subtracted together
the degree is the highest power
so 5x4y is the degree
what does it mean by classify for B
sorry, the degree for terms like x^4*y is the sum of both variables exponents, here 4 + 1 = 5, the degree is 5
just means how many terms are in the polynomial, here 5
what is the polynomial by the number of terms
each term is added or subtracted together
like 3x^2*y is one term
@DanJS can you explain this to me please? i have the same question