Q: What is the degree of 4x6 - 2x3 x - 3 x3?

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The LCM is 30x3y2.

I'm going to assume the polynomial in question is 2x7+(3-2x3)+(5x8-4x) Expanding out the polynomial: 2x7+3-2x3+5x8-4x Order the terms by powers of x: 5x8+2x7-2x3-4x+3 Since 8 is the highest power of x, the degree of the polynomial is 8.

(6x^5-4x^2)+(2x^3-3) = 6x^5-4x^2+2x^3-3 The grestest exponent is 5, which is the degree of the above expression.

Multiply x3 - 2x2 - 13x - 10

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Six.

The degree of a polynomial is merely the value of the highest power in the polynomial. In this case, the degree is 6 because of 4x6.

It is the number (WITH its sign) that comes before the x3 and so it is -2.

2x3 + 4 = 17 2x3 = 13 x3 = 13 / 2 x = (13 / 2)1/3 x = 521/3 / 2

The LCM is 30x3y2.

Degree = 3 # terms = 3

Fifth degree - the highest power of x that appears.

-2x3-2x2+12x (-2)(x3+x2-6x) (-2x)(x2+x-6) (-2x)(x2+3x-2x-6) (-2x)((x)(x+3)-2(x+3)) (-2x)((x-2)(x+3)

5, if the numbers after the "x" are supposed to be powers

(x + y)3 + (x - y)3 = (x3 + 3x2y + 3xy2 + y3) + (x3 - 3x2y + 3xy2 - y3) = 2x3 + 6xy2 = 2x*(x2 + 3y2)

I'm going to assume the polynomial in question is 2x7+(3-2x3)+(5x8-4x) Expanding out the polynomial: 2x7+3-2x3+5x8-4x Order the terms by powers of x: 5x8+2x7-2x3-4x+3 Since 8 is the highest power of x, the degree of the polynomial is 8.