No. A quadratic polynomial is degree 2 (2 is the highest power); a cubic polynomial is degree 3 (3 is the highest power).No. A quadratic polynomial is degree 2 (2 is the highest power); a cubic polynomial is degree 3 (3 is the highest power).No. A quadratic polynomial is degree 2 (2 is the highest power); a cubic polynomial is degree 3 (3 is the highest power).No. A quadratic polynomial is degree 2 (2 is the highest power); a cubic polynomial is degree 3 (3 is the highest power).
No. "Quadratic" means degree of 2.
A polynomial of degree 2.
A quadratic equation is of degree 2, that is, the highest power is 2. A polynomial is not an equation, however, you can convert it into an equation by setting the polynomial equal to zero for example. A polynomial EQUATION can be of any degree: 1, 2, 3, 4, etc.
No, it's second degree. Third degree is cubic.
That varies from polynomial to polynomial. Whatever the highest exponent is is called the "degree", so a quadratic like x2 + 2x + 8 has degree 2.
true :) apex! * * * * * APEX gets it wrong - again! A quadratic polynomial has degree 2. Not greater than, nor less than but exactly equal to 2.
It will be a cubic polynomial.
Yes, any second-degree polynomial is quadratic. Degree 0 - constant (8) Degree 1 - linear (n) Degree 2 - quadratic (n^2) Degree 3 - cubic (n^3) Degree 4 - fourth degree (n^4) Degree 5 - fifth degree (n^5) Degree 6 - sixth degree (n^6) and so on............ Also a degree I find funny is the special name for one hundredth degree. Degree 100 - hectic (n^100)
A quadratic function is a second degree polynomial, that is, is involves something raised to the power of 2, also know as squaring. Quadratus is Latin for square. Hence Quadratic.
It is a quadratic polynomial.
An expression of the second degree can be any kind of expression, the most popular being a quadratic polynomial of the form ax^2 + bx + c.
A quadratic function will have a degree of two.
You know an equation is quadratic by looking at the degree of the highest power in the equation. If it is 2, then it is quadratic. so any equation or polynomial of the form: ax2 +bx+c=0 where a is NOT 0 and a, b and c are known as the quadratic coefficients is a quadratic equation.
An equation of the second degree, meaning it contains at least one term that is squared.
For example, if you divide a polynomial of degree 2 by a polynomial of degree 1, you'll get a result of degree 1. Similarly, you can divide a polynomial of degree 4 by one of degree 2, a polynomial of degree 6 by one of degree 3, etc.
A quadratic polynomial must have zeros, though they may be complex numbers.A quadratic polynomial with no real zeros is one whose discriminant b2-4ac is negative. Such a polynomial has no special name.