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anonymous

  • one year ago

find the degree of the polynomial 3x^3y^6+5xy+x^3

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  1. anonymous
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    @Hero

  3. Hero
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    Add the exponents of the highest term to find the degree of the polynomial.

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    3x^3 + x^3=3x^6

  5. anonymous
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    im not looking for an answer i want to make sure i know what im doing

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    @rock913335

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    @Hero was i wrong

  8. anonymous
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    oh im sorry

  9. Hero
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    @Pandabear78963 what are the exponents of the highest term?

  10. anonymous
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    6

  11. anonymous
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    lol u guys r blowing up my notification but its ok tho lol (:

  12. anonymous
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    sorry

  13. Hero
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    @Peaches15 remove your comments to avoid getting blown up.

  14. anonymous
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    i already removed it

  15. Hero
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    @Pandabear78963 is six the only exponent in the first term?

  16. anonymous
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    6 and 3

  17. Hero
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    @Pandabear78963 do you remember what I originally asked you to do with those exponents?

  18. anonymous
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    add

  19. anonymous
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    9

  20. anonymous
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    6+3=9

  21. anonymous
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    but theres two 3s so its 12

  22. anonymous
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    @Hero thx but ill keep my comments because I have ta make sure my friend @Pandabear78963 get her question answered lol

  23. Hero
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    @Pandabear78963 only one of the threes is an exponent. The other is a coefficient.

  24. anonymous
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    thank you @Peaches15

  25. anonymous
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    np

  26. anonymous
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    o ok so the answer is just 9 @Hero

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