2x^3 - 3x^2 + 4x - 3
A 7th degree polynomial.
The highest power of the variable is 2, so it is a second degree polynomial.
x3+3x2+6x+1 divided by x+1 Quotient: x2+2x+4 Remaider: -3
It is a polynomial expression in x. What about it?
The degree of a polynomial is merely the value of the highest power in the polynomial. In this case, the degree is 6 because of 4x6.
The quotient works out as: x^2+2x+4 and there is a remainder of -3
A fifth degree polynomial.
A quotient is the result of division. (7 - d)/5 will lead to a quotient.
23 plus 4/5 = 23.8
6x3+29x2-40x-42 divided by 6x+5 Quotient: x2+4x-10 Remainder: 8
The actual equation itself is the polynomial. There is no polynomial for it, and your question doesn't really make sense.
x3-x2+5x-1 with remainder 7, which the final answer would be written as:x3-x2+5x-1+[7/(4x+3)]
The dividend. Divident / Divisor = Quotient (plus remainder)
Dividend: 6x^3+29x^2-40x-42 Divisor: 6x+5 Quotient: x^2+4x-10 Remainder: 8
Dividend: 4x^4 -x^3 +17x^2 +11x +4 Divisor: 4x +3 Quotient: x^3 -x^2 +5x -1 Remainder: 7
An algebraic function is a function built from polynomial and combined with +,*,-,/ signs. The transcendental it is not built from polynomial like X the power of Pie plus 1. this function is transcendental because the power pi is not integer number in result it can't be a polynomial.
It is a quadratic polynomial.