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A polynomial consists of constants, variables and exponents. Polynomials are named based on the number of terms they have. Polynomials with 1 term are called monomials. Those with 2 terms are called binomials, and the ones with 3 terms are called trinomials.

- 1.Determine the number of terms and the name for each of the expression.a)$- 5{y^2}$b)$2{x^2} + 4x + 6$c)$- 7.3$d)$y^3 + ay + nx - x^2$
- 2.Find the degree and number of terms for each of the following expression.a)$2xy - 3{y^2} + 6$b)$4{a^3} + a$c)$- 4$
- 3.Write the expression for each set of the algebra tiles.a)

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- 4.Peter wants to buy some comic books and magazines. A bookstore sells comic books for $12 each and magazines for $8 each.a)Write an expression to represent the money Peter needs to spend on both comic books and magazines.b)How much does Peter need to spend if he wants 9 comic books and 3 magazines?c)Write a new expression for Peter’s expenditure on books if the bookstore raises the price of a comic book to $15 and a magazine to $10.

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Polynomials

9.1

Characteristics of polynomials

9.2

Adding and subtracting polynomials

9.3

Multiplying polynomial by polynomial

9.4

Polynomial long division

9.5

Polynomial synthetic division

9.6

Remainder theorem

9.7

Rational zeroes theorem

9.8

Characteristics of polynomial graphs

9.9

Repeated factors (Multiplicities) in polynomials

9.10

Imaginary zeros of polynomials

9.11

Determining the equation of a polynomial function

9.12

Pascal's triangle

9.13

Binomial theorem

9.14

What is a polynomial function?

9.15

Applications of polynomial functions

9.16

Solving polynomial inequalities

9.17

Fundamental theorem of algebra

9.18

Descartes’ rule of signs

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