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i need some help. i learned it in class and i vaguely remember, but i cant remember much. ill post question in comments below. the directions are "identify each expression as a monomial, binomial, trinomial, or polynomial. write the degree of each expression." i know how to do this stuff really well, just not the fraction
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I would say that the degree would be 2 for this trinomial. The first term has a degree of 1 given by q. The second term has degree 1/1, or still 1. The third term has a degree of 2. So the highest degree of the three terms is 2.
The second term has a degree 0, actually. But that still does not affect our answer.
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