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by the number of terms
can anyone please help me
Polynomials are classified by the degree of the polynomial which is the greatest of the degrees of its terms after it has been simplified
yes i got 5 but im thinking it may be 3
Sure 3 terms have x's in them, but that's not what the definition says :-)
so was i correct 5?
Yes, 5 is the correct answer.
my answer choices are binonmial trinomial polynomial of 4 polynomial of 5
Polynomials are classified as linear, quadratic, cubic, quartic and what you have there is a quintic because of the x^5.
thanks so much
there are four terms here
so you are saying he is wrong?
The question is not asking for you to classify the polynomial based on the degree, it is asking you to classify according to the number of terms
Yes it is a quintic function, but that does not answer the question given.
Monomial, binomial, trinomial, and polynomial are the classification by the number of terms.
i count 4 terms
so it counted by the number of terms that are four?
Yes, 4 terms.
so who correct?
a binomial, has two terms a trinomial, has three terms a polynomial of 4 terms, has four terms a polynomial of 5 terms, has five terms
4 terms is correct.
Thanks for asking :-)