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POLYNOMIALS
Polynomial    An expression of finite length    Finite= has limit; definite; countable;    measurable    made up of ter...
Composition of Polynomials    Constants    Variables    Variables with positive exponents    can have no variable at a...
Whats special about             polynomials?    If you add polynomials you get a polynomial    If you multiply polynomia...
Standard form    Those variables with highest exponents go first    Descending order of exponents                     4 ...
Example Graph of a Polynomial    Example: x 4−2x 2+ x
Examples: Polynomials?x√ 4        34x+2x2x3x 3 +0.00015y− s3  x2
POLYNOMIALS?                                        21.   √   x                   2.     23x                              ...
Monomials, Binomials, Trinomials    Basically, these are polynomials    Monomials are one-term polynomials              ...
DISCIPLES OF CONFUSIONISM?
 QUESTIONS CLARIFICATIONS? VIOLENTREACTIONS?
SOURCE WEBSITEhttp://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/polynomials.html
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  1. 1. POLYNOMIALS
  2. 2. Polynomial An expression of finite length Finite= has limit; definite; countable; measurable made up of terms that are only added, subtracted or multiplied comes form poly- (meaning "many") and -nomial (in this case meaning "term") ... so it says "many terms"
  3. 3. Composition of Polynomials Constants Variables Variables with positive exponents can have no variable at all Can have one variable
  4. 4. Whats special about polynomials? If you add polynomials you get a polynomial If you multiply polynomials you get a polynomial
  5. 5. Standard form Those variables with highest exponents go first Descending order of exponents 4 2 x −2x + x
  6. 6. Example Graph of a Polynomial Example: x 4−2x 2+ x
  7. 7. Examples: Polynomials?x√ 4 34x+2x2x3x 3 +0.00015y− s3 x2
  8. 8. POLYNOMIALS? 21. √ x 2. 23x [ x−1] 2 −13. 23x 4. y √x 2 5. −1 ( ) 2 z
  9. 9. Monomials, Binomials, Trinomials Basically, these are polynomials Monomials are one-term polynomials 2 3ex. 3x, 3x y Binomials are... guess what...two-term polynomials 4 4ex. 10x-3 , 4x −5y Trinomials?Polynomials with three terms 2ex. 2x +3y+1
  10. 10. DISCIPLES OF CONFUSIONISM?
  11. 11.  QUESTIONS CLARIFICATIONS? VIOLENTREACTIONS?
  12. 12. SOURCE WEBSITEhttp://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/polynomials.html
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