Q: Which describes the polynomial 3x3 2x plus 1?

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Yup

Yes, since the expression contains more than one variable, then 2x+5y+2 is a polynomial.

It is: 2x(2x+11)

(2x - 9)(2x - 9)

3x(x2 + 2x - 4)

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A fifth degree polynomial.

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It is 6x(2x+5) when factored

Yes, since the expression contains more than one variable, then 2x+5y+2 is a polynomial.

It is: 2x(2x+11)

yes, and it is 14x

(2x - 9)(2x - 9)

its one million

2x + 2 is an algebraic expression. It is also a polynomial and it has two terms: 2x and 2.

3x(x2 + 2x - 4)

A Letter.14-2x=3x+113-2x=3x3=5xX=0.6

The x^5 at the beginning makes the degree of the polynomial 5.