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Solve: Common Factors Of PolynomialsFind the greatest common factor: 3x^2 – 15x^4A. x^2B. 3x^2C. 3xD. 3x^4Find the greatest common factor: 24y^8 + 6y^6A. 6y^6B. 6y^8C. 3y^2D. 24y^8Find the greatest common factor: 14a^4 + 35a^9A. 7a^9B. 7a^4C. a^4D. 7aFind the greatest common factor: 12xy^5+ 60x^4y62 – 24x^3y^3A. 3x^4y^5B. 6xy^5C. 6xy^2D. 12xy^2Find the greatest common factor: 9a^3bc^2 + 12ac^4 + 15a^2b^3cA. 9a^2b62c^2B. 3acC. 15a^3b^3c^4D. 3abc
Me ! 1. Polynomials Add or subtract(4x2 + 15x – 3) – (–3x2 + 5) (1 point)A. 7x2 + 15x – 8 B. x2 + 12x + 2 C. x2 + 15x – 8 D. 7x2 + 8 2. 2. Simplify the polynomial. –3f2 + 4f – 3 + 8f2 + 7f + 1 (1 point) A. 5f2 – 11f + 2 B. 11f2 + 11f + 2 C. 5f2 + 11f – 2 D. –5f2 + 11f – 2 3. Add or subtract (2x2 + 6x + 1) + (–7x2 + 2x – 3) (1 point) A. 5x2 – 4x – 2 B. –5x2 + 8x – 2 C. 5x2 – 8x + 2 D. –9x2 – 8x + 2 4. Name the coefficients in the polynomial. 4x2 + 3x – 3 (1 point) A. 4, –3, –3 B. 4, 3 C. 4, 3, 3 D. –4, –3 5. How many terms are in the following polynomial? 6x4 + 3x3 – 2x2 + 15x – 14 (1 point) A. 5 B. 4 C. 3 D. 2 6. In the expression –7x – 5x2 + 5, what is the coefficient of x? (1 point) A. 7 B. 5C. –5D. 7 7. Write the expression using scientific notation. (2.5 • 104)(4 • 103) (1 point)A. 10 • 107 B. 10 • 108 C. 1 • 108 D. 10 • 1012 8. Write the expression using a single exponent. 22 • 28 (1 point)A. 410B. 210C. 416D. 216
Magic squares when added all rows & columns equal the same #, such as the example on q #7. I need Question #8. help
Provide three unique examples of polynomials of varying degree and classification. State the classification and degree of each. (ie. 3x3+2y2x2 classification: binomial, degree: fourth)
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