what is the degree of the polynomial 5pq^2-3p^6+5p^6q^3-6p^3q^5???

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what is the degree of the polynomial 5pq^2-3p^6+5p^6q^3-6p^3q^5???

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add up the exponents on each term. For example the first term is 5pq². The p's exponent is 1, the q's exponent is 2. So the degree of that term is 1 + 2 = 3. Do that for every term and the highest one is the degree of the whole polynomial.
so the degree is 19?
how did you get 19?

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add all of them o.0
you have to do them separately and then take the highest
p=11 and q=8???
each term, like this|dw:1443112440593:dw|
so itll be 9
yes
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