It is a 90 degree angle, or a right anlge, plus another 45 degrees. So you can visualize it as a 45 degree angle measured from the negative side of the x axis going toward the positive y axis on the x-y plane.
If you are asking what are perpindicular lines, they are two lines that cross to form right angles, or 90 degree angles. An example of this is a plus sign (+). The two lines forming the plus sign are perpindicular to each other.
it is 3. You are doing APEX right?
The degree of this polynomial is 2.
7X^3 Third degree polynomial.
A fifth degree polynomial.
= 5x2+70-16+9x-2 = 5x2+9x+52 = 5x2+9x1+52 This implies coefficient of degree 1 is 9. Ans.
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.
This has a degree of 2.