4x2y The degree of the monomial is 2.
A degree of a monomial is simply what exponent or power the monomial is raised to. Key: ^ means "raised to the power of" -5t^2 means the degree is 2, the number is -5, and the variable which is being put to the power of, is t. the degree has a little trick, however. If there are three monomials or more, being added or subtracted, to make a polynomial, and each has a degree (lone variable has a degree of 1) and the monomial that has the highest degree represnts the whole polynomial's degree.
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The degree of a monomial is the sum of the variables exponents. Example: 7x^2y^3 ( ^ means raised to the power of) degree= 5
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The degree of a term is the sum of the exponents on the variables.
The "degree" is only specified for polynomials. The degree of a monomial (a single term) is the sum of the powers of all the variables. For example, x3y2z would have the degree 6; you have to add 3 + 2 + 1 (since z is the same as z to the power 1). The degree of a polynomial is the degree of its highest monomial.
14xy2 would be 3 (14xy)2 would be 4
It can have any degree. For example, 4x7 is of degree 7.
degree of monomial
Yes, it is.
The number of times that the variable occurs as a factor in the monomial. In other words, the exponent of the variable, e.g., x² - x + 6 is 2nd degree.
By definition, a monomial has only one unknown independent variable, usually represented by a letter of the alphabet. The exponent immediately after that symbol for the unknown is the degree of the monomial.
Yes, it is.
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