Arrange terms in both in decreasing order based on the exponents.
Use the algorith for long division. This is just like long division.
Step 1. Divide 1st term into 1st term, (place answer above division line).
Step 2. Multiply that answer by all terms in the divisor, (place this result below the polynomial inside the division bar)
Step 3. Subtract like terms (answer goes down 1 line) and bring down another term to continue.
Repeat: Step 1. Divide 1st term into new 1st term. etc
how alike the polynomial and non polynomial
13 is not a polynomial.
If you know one linear factor, then divide the polynomial by that factor. The quotient will then be a polynomial whose order (or degree) is one fewer than that of the one that you stared with. The smaller order may make it easier to factorise.
Your dividing with variables now.
That means that you divide one polynomial by another polynomial. Basically, if you have polynomials "A" and "B", you look for a polynomial "C" and a remainder "R", such that: B x C + R = A ... such that the remainder has a lower degree than polynomial "B", the polynomial by which you are dividing. For example, if you divide by a polynomial of degree 3, the remainder must be of degree 2 or less.
There is no other name for a polynomial.
You can find explanation and examples here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polynomial_division
the first steps that you will have to take is gtegeagerge
a proportion is an equation written in the form
To square an expression, multiply it by itself. And to multiply a polynomial by a polynomial, multiply each part of one polynomial by each part of the other polynomial.
A local minimum.
It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial).