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-4x^3(x+1)^4(x-3)^2(x-5)(x+2)^2 Why is the degree

 Nov 25, 2018

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-4x^3(x+1)^4(x-3)^2(x-5)(x+2)^2 Why is the degree

 

\(-4x^3(x+1)^4(x-3)^2(x-5)(x+2)^2\)

 

the degree is the highest power of x.

 

\(x^3\cdot x^4\cdot x^2\cdot x^1\cdot x^2=x^{12}\)

 

So the degree is 12

 Nov 25, 2018
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Best Answer

-4x^3(x+1)^4(x-3)^2(x-5)(x+2)^2 Why is the degree

 

\(-4x^3(x+1)^4(x-3)^2(x-5)(x+2)^2\)

 

the degree is the highest power of x.

 

\(x^3\cdot x^4\cdot x^2\cdot x^1\cdot x^2=x^{12}\)

 

So the degree is 12

Melody Nov 25, 2018

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