Is (5+4x^0)2x a monomial? What about (5+4x²)2x? Please explain why.

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recordofraganrok 6 months ago
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Answer:

Neither are monomials.

Step-by-step explanation:

Take a look at the root word of monomials.

  • Mono = One
  • In both of these expressions, there is more than one term.
  • For them to considered or classified as monomials, they have to have one terms.
  • Therefore, neither of these are monomials but instead are trinomials which have three terms.

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