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A polynomial is always going to be an algebraic expression, but an algebraic expression doesn't always have to be a polynomial. In another polynomial is a subset of algebraic expression.

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How can i Differentiate between an algebraic expression and polynomial?

A polynomial is always going to be an algebraic expression, but an algebraic expression doesn't always have to be a polynomial. An algebraic expression is an expression with a variable in it, and a polynomial is an expression with multiple terms with variables in it.


What is the basic difference between algebraic expression and polynomial?

A polynomial is a type of algebraic expression. They differ in the number of terms that contain variables. An algebraic expression has at least 1 variable, while a polynomial has multiple terms with variables in it.


Is polynomial an algebraic expression?

Yes.


Are all algebraic expression a polynomial expression?

Not really.For example: x can be considered and algebraic expression by itself, however it is only a single variable, so by definition it is not a polynomial expression (multiple-number expression).


When can an algebraic expression be called polynomial?

if it has parentheses


Are all polynomial an algebraic expression?

Yes


When is an algebraic expression considered as a non-polynomial expression?

An expression is non polynomial if it has : negative exponent fractional exponent variable exponent in the radicand


What is the difference between polynomial and nomial?

In Mathematics, "polynomial" means "an expression of more than two algebraic terms." "Nomial" is not a word. "Monomial" means an algebraic expression consisting of one term.


What is 2x plus 2?

2x + 2 is an algebraic expression. It is also a polynomial and it has two terms: 2x and 2.


Is there any difference between an algebraic expression and a polynomial?

Yes


What is an expression that completely divides a given polynomial?

It is an algebraic factor.


How do you determine whether an expression is rational algebraic expression or not?

If the algebraic expression can be written in the form of a(x)/b(x) where a(x) and b(x) are polynomial functions of x and b(x) ≠ 0, then the expression is a rational algebraic expression.


What algebraic expression has no like terms and no parentheses?

A polynomial is one possible answer.


Is matrix polynomial and polynomial matrix same?

No. A matrix polynomial is an algebraic expression in which the variable is a matrix. A polynomial matrix is a matrix in which each element is a polynomial.


Is a binomial an algebraic expression with one term?

It's not. it is an algebraic expression (or a polynomial) containing TWO terms that are not like terms. You can notice it easily in the word itself, "bi" means two.


Is 5r plus 9r polynomial?

No. A polynomial is an expression of more than two algebraic terms, and usually contains different powers of the same variable.


What is an algebraic expression that is the sum of one or more terms containing whole number exponents on the variables?

polynomial


What are the conditions that an algebraic expression is not a polynomial?

Basically, an expression is not a polynomial when anything is done that is not allowed in a polynomial - for example, use any variable in the denominator of a monomial, use non-integral powers or radicals (which is basically the same as a non-integral power), use functions, etc.


What are the terms in algebraic expression?

monomial binomial trinomial polynomial


Give 5 examples of an algebraic expression which is not a polynomial?

(2x + 5)/(3x + 2); √(x² - 2x + 3) a


What kind of expression is 2x plus 3?

It isa linear expression,a binomial expression,an algebraic expression,a polynomial expression.


How would you differentiate rational algebraic expressions from those which are not?

The coefficients in a rational expression would be rational numbers.


What makes an algebraic expression a polynomial?

A polynomial consists of a series of monomials added or subtracted together. Each monomial consists of one or more variables raised to positive integer powers.


Examples of polynomials?

A polynomial is a function or expression that has two or more algebraic terms. Usually, each term has a different exponential power.


What is the antonym of algebraic expression?

There is no official antonym for algebraic expression. The only thing that is the opposite of an algebraic expression is something that is not an algebraic expression.