Mathematics
saidia15
2016-04-11 03:08:42
3x + 6x^2 Is this a third-degree polynomial in standard form?
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kellllliii
2016-04-11 05:27:42

No. For it to be in standard form the term with the largest exponent comes first. Standard form would be 6x^2-3x. It is a second degree polynomial because 6x is raised to the 2nd power. It would be a third degree polynomial if the largest degree was raised to the 3rd power.

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