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The degree of the polynomial p(x) is 11, and the degree of the polynomial q(x) is 7. Find all possible degrees of the polynomial p(x) + q(x)

 Mar 16, 2019

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\(\text{There's no way that }q(x) \text{ can cancel any terms higher than degree }7\\ \text{Thus the sum will still be of degree }11 \text{ given all }q(x)\)

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\(\text{There's no way that }q(x) \text{ can cancel any terms higher than degree }7\\ \text{Thus the sum will still be of degree }11 \text{ given all }q(x)\)

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