A POLYNOMIAL SHOULD ALWAYS BE IN ONE VARIABLE ??? I AM CONFUSED ...

Asked by  | 11th May, 2012, 08:46: PM

Expert Answer:

No
A polynomial needs not be necessarily in one variable.
It can be upto n number of variables.
For example, a polynomial in two variables contains terms of x and y, i.e, 
P(x,y)= 3xy+4y
Similarly it can have any number of variables.

Answered by  | 11th May, 2012, 08:50: PM

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