# Polynomial functions

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**Recognizing a Polynomial Function**Which of the following are not polynomial functions? Explain.

**Classifying Polynomial Functions by Degree**Complete the chart:

**Classifying Polynomial Functions by Number of Terms**

Write a polynomial satisfying the given conditions:

i) monomial and cubic

ii) binomial and linear

iii) trinomial and quartic

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###### Topic Notes

A polynomial function is a function in the form:

$\bullet$leading coefficient: "${a_n}$", the coefficient of the highest power of x

$\bullet$constant term: "${a_0}$", the term without $x$

$\bullet$degree of the polynomial function: $n$, the highest power of $x$

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