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Q: What are three types of polynomials?

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The sum of two polynomials is always a polynomial. Therefore, it follows that the sum of more than two polynomials is also a polynomial.

A trinomial is a polynomial with three terms.

they have variable

Trinomials are polynomials with three terms. ie. x2+2x+1

Adding and subtracting polynomials is simply the adding and subtracting of their like terms.

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The sum of two polynomials is always a polynomial. Therefore, it follows that the sum of more than two polynomials is also a polynomial.

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A trinomial is a polynomial with three terms.

they have variable

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Trinomials are polynomials with three terms. ie. x2+2x+1

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