Asked by  | 7th Mar, 2008, 06:15: PM

Expert Answer:

 Polynomials in one variable are algebraic expressions that consist of terms in the form a(x to the power n)  where n is a non-negative (i.e. positive or zero) integer and a is a real number and is called the coefficient of the term.  The degree of a polynomial in one variable is the largest exponent in the polynomial.

for example:


x to the power 8 + x+9,

-20    etc..

Answered by  | 12th Mar, 2008, 10:14: AM

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