Classifying polynomials by degree and number of terms

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**term polynomial**called?**Polynomials**can be classified by the**number of terms**with nonzero coefficients, so that a one-**term polynomial**is called a monomial, a two-**term polynomial**is called a binomial, and a three-**term polynomial**is called a trinomial. The**term**"quadrinomial" is occasionally used for a four-**term polynomial**. - Classify each
**polynomial**according to its**degree and number**of**terms**. (5 x) is a linear monomial. ( 3x + 2) is a linear binomial. ( x2 + x + 4) is a quadratic trinomial. (5x3 - x2 + 5x - 1) is a cubic**polynomial**. (2x7 - 9x5 - 5x2 - x + 3) is a 7th**degree polynomial**. Apart from the stuff given above, if you need any other stuff in math, please ... - Definition. The
**degree**of a**polynomial**with one**term**is the sum of the exponents of its variables. The**degree**of a**polynomial**is equal to the greatest**degree**of its**terms**. The**degree**of a constant, i.e. a**term**with no variables, is zero.**Term**.**Degree**. 3xy2 =3x1y2 3 - Math Class 9 math (India)
**Polynomials Polynomials**in one variable.**Polynomials**intro. Practice:**Polynomials**intro. Practice: Finding**terms**and coefficients of a**polynomial**. Practice: Classify**polynomials**based on**degree**. Practice:**Classify polynomials based on terms**. Next lesson. Zeroes of a**polynomial**. - Algebra Quadratic equations Question: Classify the
**polynomial****by****degree****and****number****of****terms**. A. 3x Classify the**polynomial****by****degree****and****number****of****terms**. A. 3x - 1/3 - 5x B. a² + 4a - 5a² - a C. 15 - y² - 10y - 8 + 8y Show Answer Create an account. Get free access to expert answers Get 3 free question credits Claim your daily rewards