||A collection of variables and real numbers organized in some manner through the use of additions, subtractions, multiplication, divisions or radicals.
||An algebraic expression which does not involve addition or subtraction. (An algebraic expression which has one term only)
||A monomial together with the sign which precedes it. A term involves products and quotients of variables only.
|Polynomial in \( x \)
||An expression of the form \( a_0+a_1x + \dots + a_nx^n \) where \( x \) is a variable and \( a_0, a_1, \dots, a_n \) are all real numbers so-called constants. \( n \) is a non-negative integer.
||A quotient of polynomial expressions
|Degree of a polynomial
||The highest exponent of the variable(s) which occur
||A polynomial of degree \( 3 \).
||A polynomial of degree \( 2 \).
||A polynomial of degree \( 1 \)