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Q: What are the kind of polynomial according to the number of terms?

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Actually, the roots of a Hurwitz polynomial are in the left half of the complex plain, not on the imaginary axis. As for the reason, that is because the polynomial is DEFINED to be one that has that kind of roots.

An even number

It is a square number

A square number.

It is an odd number.

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what kind of polynomial is shown 3x3+x+1

It is a monomial.

A fifth degree polynomial.

I am assuming this is: .2x4 - 5x2 - 7x, which would be a Quartic Polynomial.

There is no meaningful way of doing so. x + y = 3 is a linear equation in two variables x2 + x = 3 is a quadratic equation in one variable. Both have the same number of terms but they are not of the same kind.

Actually, the roots of a Hurwitz polynomial are in the left half of the complex plain, not on the imaginary axis. As for the reason, that is because the polynomial is DEFINED to be one that has that kind of roots.

If you mean: 3x+2y = 3 then it is a straight line equation

its one million

The answer will depend on the kind of rule. A polynomial rule, such as Un = (-3n4 + 34n3 - 132n2 + 203n + 18)/6 for n = 1, 2, 3, ... gives the next number as -10.

Any number can come next in the sequence. Given ANY number, it is possible to find a polynomial of order 7 that will generate the above numbers and the chsen extra number. And polynomials are not the only kind of functions. However, the polynomial of order 6 that will fit these data is Un = (-53n6 + 1245n5 - 11525n4 + 53355n3 - 128462n2 + 150960n - 63000)/360 for n = 1, 2, 3, ... and, accordingly, the next number in the sequence is -175.

According to the Hoenn Pokedex, number 158 is Psyduck and 159 is Golduck.

F(x) = 15x2 - 2.5 + 3 That's a quadratic or 2nd degree polynomial in x.

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