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Where p is a factor of the leading coefficient of the polynomial and q is a factor of the constant term.?

Anywhere. Provided it is not zero, and number p can be the leading coefficient of a polynomial. And any number q can be the constant term.

The rational roots of a polynomial function F(x) can be written in the form where p is a factor of the constant term of the polynomial and q is a factor of the leading coefficient.?


What is an absolute term?

An absolute term is the constant in a polynomial expression.

Is a polynomial of degree zero a constant term?


Is a constant term included in the set of Polynomials?

it can be but it does not have to be to be a polynomial

What is a polynomial without a variable called?

it is called a constant term.

Is a polynomial of degree zero is a constant term true or false?


Is 1 a polynomial?

Yes any constant or variable is a polynomial. To be most precise, 1 is a monomial meaning it has one term.

What is the definition of numerical coefficient?

the numerical factor in a term of polynomial

How does one differentiate a polynomial?

Differentiate it term by term.Each term of a polynomial is of the form a*x^n where a is a constant and n is a non-negative integer.So, the derivative of such a term is a*n*x^(n-1).

What is a polynomial equation?

A polynomial is an equation with more than 1 term. A term could be a constant, or a power of a variable (denoted by a letter, like x) times a constant. The order of the polynomial is determined by the highest power of the variable.A quadratic is a second order polynomial, because the highest power of x is x2.A first order polynomial has x1 (which is just x) as the highest power.

What is the rational zero theorem?

If a polynomial function, written in descending order, has integer coefficients, then any rational zero must be of the form ± p/q, where p is a factor of the constant term and q is a factor of the leading coefficient.