anonymous
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Part A: Create an example of a polynomial in standard form. How do you know it is in standard form? Part B: Explain the closure property as it relates to polynomials. Give an example. Will Medal And Fan
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@Mehek14
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ima fan real quick to you mehmek

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Mehek14
  • Mehek14
make any polynomial but in order from greatest exponent to the least
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
4xy^3+2x+5
Mehek14
  • Mehek14
good so that's part A
Mehek14
  • Mehek14
"How do you know it is in standard form? " put because the exponents are from greatest to least
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
how do i explain the closure property?
Mehek14
  • Mehek14
whether you add/subtract/divide/multiply polynomials, the answer is always a polynomial
anonymous
  • anonymous
and how do i give an example
Mehek14
  • Mehek14
\((x+2)(x+1)\)
Mehek14
  • Mehek14
\(x*x=x^2\\x*1=1x\\2*x=2x\\2*1=2\\x^2+3x+2\)
Mehek14
  • Mehek14
the product is still a polynomial
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you
Mehek14
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yw :)

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