zeros or roots
apparently it’s saline water.
Polynomial binomial and trinomial! Cubic
Zeros, roots, solutions, and solution sets are all 4 names
, ,We refer to the degree of the polynomial as n, because n is the highest non-zero power of x in the polynomial. We need to be clear that all exponents on the variable x must be nonnegative integers in order for f(x) above to be a polynomial. We call the leading coefficient, since it accompanies the x with the highest power. For example, in the polynomial , the degree is 4, and the leading coefficient is -13.The first piece of information we can extract is whether the degree of a polynomial is odd or even. In order to do this, we look at both “sides” of the graph: if they both go up or both go down, the degree is even. If they go opposite directions, that is, one goes up and one goes down, then the degree is odd.
no one knows lol
when the line is solid:it's either < or >
when the line is dashed:it's either < or >
this > inequality sign means:greater thanmore thanaboveexceeds
this < inequality sign means:less thanfewer thanbelow
this > inequality sign means:greater than/equal tono less thanat leastminimum of
this < inequality sign means:less than/equal tono more thanat mostmaximum of
about the problem:since the line is solid, that means it's either < or >
srry i'm not done ! i'll