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THS Poly Vocab

Polynomial Vocabulary - Chapter 8

What is a monomial? a real number, a variable, or a product of a real number and one or more variables with whole number exponents.
What is a degree of a monomial? The sum of the exponents of the variables in a monomial.
What is a polynomial? A monomial or sum of monomials.
What is the standard form of a polynomial? The degrees of monomial terms in order from greatest to least.
What is the degree of a polynomial? One variable is the same as the degree of the monomial with the greatest exponent.
What is a binomial? A polynomial with exactly two terms.
What is a trinomial? A polynomial with exactly three terms.
What is a perfect square trinomial? A polynomial that is the result of squaring a binomial.
What is the difference of two squares? A polynomial (a^2-b^2) that results from multiplying (a+b)(a-b).
What does it mean to factor by grouping? The process of grouping terms in pairs, factoring a GCF, and looking for common binomial factors.
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