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Yes. A polynomial multiplying by a polynomial will always have a multi-termed product. Hope this helps!

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Q: Is the product of two polynomials always a polynomial?
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What property of polynomial multiplication says that the product of two polynomials is always a polynomial?


Which property of polynomial multiplication says that the product of two polynomials is always a polynomial?

That property is called CLOSURE.

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