Q: Is a log of a polynomial still a polynomial?

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It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial).

Polynomial vs non polynomial time complexity

"Non-polynomial" can mean just about anything... How alike it is with the polynomial depends on what specifically you choose to include.

The "roots" of a polynomial are the solutions of the equation polynomial = 0. That is, any value which you can replace for "x", to make the polynomial equal to zero.

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The degree of x is 1. Log of x is no part of a polynomial.

It is still called a polynomial.

No.A polynomial is not a number. Do you mean can every number be represented by a polynomial?If so, the answer is still no.

No. Even if the answer is zero, zero is still a polynomial.

A polynomial has 2 or more variables. It can also have a negative exponent and a fractional exponent. It's different from a monomial.****BrandonW****

It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial).

yes, if they are very still, they look almost identical to a log

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You can evaluate a polynomial, you can factorise a polynomial, you can solve a polynomial equation. But a polynomial is not a specific question so it cannot be answered.

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Negative pi is a monomial, or a polynomial with one term. Negative pi, as well as positive pi, are not often used as polynomials, but it is still perfectly reasonable to do so.