what is a non zero constant polynomial?please explain with example.

Asked by shailesh arlekar | 18th Jun, 2013, 06:58: PM

Expert Answer:

A non zero constant polynomial is of the form 
 
f(x) = c, where c can be any real number except for 0. 
 
For example f(x) = 9 is a non-zero constant polynomial. 

Answered by  | 19th Jun, 2013, 04:17: AM

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