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Q: Is negative Pi a polynomial

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Polynomials cannot have negative exponent.

No. Pi is a set number, if it were negative (-3.14159...) it would not represent the ratio of radius to circumference.

Basically, a number is transcendental if it isn't the solution of a polynomial equation. An example would be PI.

Answer 1:The only answer is π^-1iThe square root of -1 is i so i times the square root of pi is equal to the square root of negative piAnswer 2:More concretely, the square root of negative pi is approximately 1.772453850905i, wherein the 1.772453850905 represents an approximation of pi, and "i", which should be a lower case cursive "i", represents the square root of negative one.

No. "-pi" for example is irrational.

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No. It would not be a polynomial function then.

Negative pi is - 3.14.

Polynomials cannot have negative exponent.

negative pi (-pi) = -3.14

probobly because pi equals 3.14 and you can make 3.14 negative so yes you can have negative pi

No. By the definition of a polynomial, the powers can only be non-negative integers.

No.

No Pi is always the same.

In the domain [0, 2*pi],sin is negative for pi < x < 2*picos is negative pi/2 < x < 3*pi/2 andtan is negative for pi/2 < x < pi and 3*pi/2 < x < pi.Also, the same applies for all intervals obtained by adding any integer multiple of 2*pi to the bounds.

A polynomial is a sum of monomials - and each monomial may only contain non-negative integer powers of the variables involved. If any other operation is involved (for example, a negative or fractional exponent; equivalent to a variable in the denominator, or a root), you have a non-polynomial.

(-1/pi)-1 = -pi

A quadratic polynomial must have zeros, though they may be complex numbers.A quadratic polynomial with no real zeros is one whose discriminant b2-4ac is negative. Such a polynomial has no special name.

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