Polynomial

Polynomial is defined as the algebraic sum of monomials. The monomials that make up a polynomial are called polynomial terms. For an expression to be a polynomial term, any variables in the expression must have whole-number powers (or else the “understood” power of 1, as in \(x^1\), which is normally written as \(x\)).

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