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There are criteria for expressions to be called polynomials. A polynomial needs to have at last 3 algebraic terms. For instance, an expression with negative exponents is not a polynomial. In this lesson, we will also learn how to classify polynomials base on their number of terms.

Related Concepts: Common factors of polynomials, Introduction to quadratic functions, What is a polynomial function?

- 1.Which of the following is a "Polynomial"?a)$6$$\sqrt{3} x$${x^ \frac{1}{3}}$$4{b^3} - 5b$$3x + \sqrt{4z}$${x^{-4}} - 3y$$\frac{2}{13x} + 4$
- 2.Classifying polynomials (monomial, binomial, trinomial, or polynomiala)$x + 2$$-3$${x^3} -2x-4$${x^3}-2 {x^2} +3 x-23$

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