Q. 34.0( 5 Votes )

# Write each of the following polynomicals in the standard from. Also, write their drgree:

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

Answer :

(i)

A polynomial in the standard form is written in the decreasing or increasing power of the variable.

Standard form of the polynomial: or

Degree is the highest power of the variable in the given expression.

Therefore degree of the polynomial is: 4

A polynomial in the standard form is written in the decreasing or increasing power of the variable.

Standard form of the polynomial: or

Degree is the highest power of the variable in the given expression.

Therefore degree of the polynomial is: 6

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A polynomial in the standard form is written in the decreasing or increasing power of the variable.

Standard form of the polynomial: or

Degree is the highest power of the variable in the given expression.

Therefore degree of the polynomial is: 6

=

A polynomial in the standard form is written in the decreasing or increasing power of the variable.

Standard form of the polynomial: or

Degree is the highest power of the variable in the given expression.

Therefore degree of the polynomial is: 6

=

A polynomial in the standard form is written in the decreasing or increasing power of the variable.

Standard form of the polynomial: or

Degree is the highest power of the variable in the given expression.

Therefore degree of the polynomial is: 6

=

A polynomial in the standard form is written in the decreasing or increasing power of the variable.

Standard form of the polynomial: or

Degree is the highest power of the variable in the given expression.

Therefore degree of the polynomial is: 2

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