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Posted by Aparajita on May 17, 2021 at 8:00 amWhat are polynomials? Give examples.
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A polynomial is an algebraic expression defined by the sets of variables, coefficients, and exponents joined together by the arithmetic operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, etc.
Degree of a Polynomial
The degree of the polynomial is defined as the highest degree of one variable that has the largest exponent is called the degree of the polynomial.
There are three types of polynomials.
1. Monomial: A polynomial that has one term is known as a Monomial. This term should be a nonzero term.
2. Binomial: A polynomial that has twoterm is known as a Binomial. It is considered as the addition or subtraction of two monomial terms. The first term should be a nonzero term.
3. Trinomial: A polynomial that has threeterm is known as a Trinomial. The first term should be a nonzero term.
Examples of Polynomial is as follows:
1. x^2+5x11
2. 6x^3+4x^3+3x+1
3. 6x^4+3x^3+3x^2+2x+1
4. 4x^4+1x+1
5. 3x+1

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A polynomial is an algebraic expression defined by the sets of variables, coefficients, and exponents joined together by the arithmetic operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, etc.
Degree of a Polynomial
The degree of the polynomial is defined as the highest degree of one variable that has the largest exponent is called the degree of the polynomial.
There are three types of polynomials.
1. Monomial: A polynomial that has one term is known as a Monomial. This term should be a nonzero term.
2. Binomial: A polynomial that has twoterm is known as a Binomial. It is considered as the addition or subtraction of two monomial terms. The first term should be a nonzero term.
3. Trinomial: A polynomial that has threeterm is known as a Trinomial. The first term should be a nonzero term.
Examples of Polynomial is as follows:
1. x^25x+11
2. 6x^3+4x^2+3x^4+1
3. 6x^3+4x^3+3x+1
4. 7x^5+4x+5
5. 3x+1