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Q: What degree polynomial equation is 4x3 plus 7x2 - 4x equals 0?

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A fifth degree polynomial.

A 7th degree polynomial.

False

2st4 + s2t2 - 9s5t + 21 The degree of a polynomial with more than one variable is the largest sum of the powers in any single term. So the degree of the given polynomial is 6 (-9s5t1; 5 + 1).

The degree of the polynomial 2x + 5 is 1. The highest power of x is x1, i.e. 2x1 + 5x0, hence the designation of first degree.

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A linear equation is one which represents a straight line. When drawn (y plotted against x), a degree 1 polynomial produces a straight line.

Yes. This is because the rate of change is equal to a (i.e. the slope is a). a never changes, so its linear.

For the equation: x5+7x3-30x=0 The highest exponent in the entire equation is 5 (from x5), so the equation is of degree 5.

The degree of this polynomial is 2.

7X^3 Third degree polynomial.

A fifth degree polynomial.

The actual equation itself is the polynomial. There is no polynomial for it, and your question doesn't really make sense.

degree 1

3x² - 4x + 9 is a polynomial of degree 2.

The x^5 at the beginning makes the degree of the polynomial 5.

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.

Degree 7

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