Q: What is the exponent of the monomial n5?

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A monomial is an expression made up of a co-efficient, a variable , and an exponent that has only one term. Monomial = 4x ^2 4= co-efficient x=variable 2= exponent.

You take the exponent of the highest monomial, in this case, 1.

if the monomial is -4x3, then the coefficient is the number in front, so it is -4, thus false. 3 is the exponent, or degree.

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.

Monomials can have negative exponents, if the term for the exponent is not a variable, but if it is a variable with a negative exponent, the whole expression will not be classified. This is so because the definition of a monomial states that, a monomial can be a product of a number and one or more variables with positive integer exponents. I hope that answered your question!

A polynomial has 2 or more variables. It can also have a negative exponent and a fractional exponent. It's different from a monomial.****BrandonW****

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The Degree (for a polynomial with one variable) is the largest exponent of that variable.

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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.