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# How do you do polynomials without parentheses?

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### What is 2(x-5) without parentheses?

2(x-5) without parentheses = -3

### After arranging in descending order what is the first step in factoring polynomials?

Determine the GCF .If it is 1 then continue with the next step but if it is a number such as three then remove that number and divide each monomial by that number and put the polynomial within a set of parentheses with the GCF on the outside of the parentheses

### Should a paraphrase be in a parentheses?

No, a paraphrase should not be in parentheses. When paraphrasing, you should reword the original text in your own words, without the use of parentheses.

### What equals 15 in parentheses?

' 15 ' without parentheses does. Except in Accounting, where (15) means ' -15 '.

### Which polynomial has 3x 4 as a factor?

We can't answer that without some polynomials to choose from.

### Polynomials have factors that are?

Other polynomials of the same, or lower, order.

### What do you mean by polynomials?

A polynomial is any expression (i.e. no = sign) that is the sum of several monomials. Subtraction is ok, but to be a polynomial they can't be divided, and they can't be multiplied with parentheses. Polynomials: 5x+4xy; x2+3x-2; 42x-1. Not Polynomials: (10x)/2+4xy; x(x+3); 45. ---- A monomial is one or more numbers or variables multiplied together. For example, 5x, 23, x2, and 4a3b are monomials. The exponents must be natural numbers.

### X - 2 is a factor of which polynomial?

We won't be able to answer this accurately without knowing the polynomials.

### How polynomials and non polynomials are alike?

they have variable

### What are polynomials that have factors called?

Reducible polynomials.

### What has the author P K Suetin written?

P. K. Suetin has written: 'Polynomials orthogonal over a region and Bieberbach polynomials' -- subject(s): Orthogonal polynomials 'Series of Faber polynomials' -- subject(s): Polynomials, Series

### What is a jocobi polynomial?

In mathematics, Jacobi polynomials (occasionally called hypergeometric polynomials) are a class of classical orthogonal polynomials.