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Polynomial, Wherefore Art Thou, Polynomial?
True or False
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Polynomials: Polynomial, Wherefore Art Thou, Polynomial? True or False
1.
Which expression is equivalent to 2
^{4}
? > 16
True
False
2.
What is the cube of
? > 2
^{5}
True
False
3.
Evaluate 2
^{x}
+
x
^{2}
for
x
= 2. > Okay, I'm done evaluating it. I give it three and a half stars.
True
False
4.
The expression 3
x
^{2}
+ 3
x
^{4}
+ 4
^{(1)}
+
xy
is > a polynomial
True
False
5.
The expression 4
xy
+ 2
x
^{2y}
+ 3
xy
^{4}
is > not a polynomial because y is raised to the exponent 4
True
False
6.
The polynomial 3
x
^{3}
+ 4
x
+ 7 is > a trinomial
True
False
7.
What is the degree of the polynomial 4
x
^{24}
+ 6
x
^{2}
+ 7
x
+ 2? > 3
True
False
8.
What is the degree of the multivariable polynomial 3
x
^{2}
y
^{6}
+ 4
xy
^{8}
+ 2
x
^{4}
y
^{5}
? > 3
True
False
9.
What is the degree of the polynomial 0? > 0 is not a polynomial
True
False
10.
What is a "quadratic polynomial?" > A polynomial with powerful upper thighs
True
False
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