Does an expression, to be consider as a polynomial, have to have a term in it that has a variable to at least the second degree?
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Originally Posted by Bashyboy Does an expression, to be consider as a polynomial, have to have a term in it that has a variable to at least the second degree? read the letter to Dr. Math ... Math Forum - Ask Dr. Math
Originally Posted by Bashyboy Does an expression, to be consider as a polynomial, have to have a term in it that has a variable to at least the second degree? A polynomial is of the form where are constants. The constants can be ANY value, including . Does that answer your question?
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