Q. 24.0( 6 Votes )

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

Answer :

(i)

A polynomial never has negative or fractional power. In the given expression has negative power.

Therefore it is not a polynomial.

A polynomial always has positive power.

Therefore the given expression is a polynomial.

A polynomial always has positive power.

Therefore the given expression is a polynomial.

A polynomial never has negative or fractional power. In the given expression has fractional power.

Therefore it is not a polynomial.

A polynomial never has negative or fractional power. In the given expression has negative power.

Therefore it is not a polynomial.

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