Q: What expression does not name an integer?

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Not necessarily. If the exponent is not an integer then it is not a polynomial.

Not necessarily. Every exponent in the exponent must be a non-negative integer. This is not what you have specified. For example, if n = 3.5, it is not a term in a polynomial expression.

a^(-n) = (1/a)^nIf a is 0, the above expression would require division by 0, which is not defined.

It is an expression that has some letters or symbols which can take a different values.

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Switch Expression should be an Integer Expression.Syntax:switch(integer expression){case constant 1:do this;default:do this;}The expression following the keyword switch is any C expression that will yield an Integer value.It could be an integer constant like 1,2 or 3,or an expression that evaluates to an integer.

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If your integer is "n", then the next integer will be "n+1".

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Not necessarily. If the exponent is not an integer then it is not a polynomial.

If 'x' is any integer, (2x) must be an even integer, and (2x-1) must be an odd one.

By changing the sign of the second number.

No, it has to be a single expression (integer type).

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(j)*(j+2)