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A polynomial of degree zero is a constant term

The grouping method of factoring can still be used when only some of the terms share a common factor A True B False

The sum or difference of p and q is the of the x-term in the trinomial

A number a power of a variable or a product of the two is a monomial while a polynomial is the of monomials

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A three dimensional figure with two parallel and congruent bases connected by a curved lateral surface?

cylinder


What has parallel congruent bases and lateral surfaces that are parellelograms?

A rectangular prism has congruent bases and parallelograms as lateral surfaces.


What is a solid with two parallel bases that are congruent polygons and the lateral faces are parallelograms?

A prism.


Has 2 equaland parallel circular bases with a lateral curve surface?

A cylinder


What solid figure with two congruent polygons that are bases connected with lateral faces that are rectangles?

They are prisms.


What is A three-deminsional figure with two parellel congruent circular bases onnected by a curved lateral surface?

A cylinder


What is a solid firgure with two congruent polygons that are bases connected with lateral faces that are rectangles?

It is called a prism.


What is the name given to a figure with two bases that are congruent parallel polygons and six lateral faces that are rectangles?

hexagonal prism


What is a polyhedron with two parallel circular regions connected by a curved lateral surface called?

In normal usage "polyhedron" refers to solids whose edges are straight lines, not curves, so a strict answer would be: there is no such polyhedron.


Why does a prism or a cylinder have a set of parallel cross sections that are parallelograms?

The bases of a prism or cylinder are congruent and parallel and they meet the lateral face (cynder) or faces (prism) at right angles. A cross section parallel to the longitudinal axis will, therefore, be a rectangle.


Does a pyramid have at least two congruent parallel bases?

Not true. They have only one base and several (3 or more) lateral triangular faces. A pyramid has a single vertex over a base - there are no parallel faces in any pyramid.


Are lateral edges of a prism congruent or perpendicular?

perpendickular

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