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Monomial a number, a variable or the product of numbers and variables
Degree of Monomial the sum of the exponents of the variables of a monomial
Polynomial monomial or sum of monomials
Degree of Polynomials the highest degree of all the terms in the polynomial
Leading Coefficient the coefficient on the term with the highest degree in a polynomial
binomial polynomial with 2 terms
trinomial polynomial with 3 terms
Multiplication Law of Exponents when multiplying terms with like bases add the exponents
Division Law of Exponents when dividing terms with like bases, subtract the exponents
Power Law of Exponents when raising a monomial to an exponent, multiply (distribute) the exponent to ALL inside exponents
Negative Law of Exponents when a term has a negative exponent, if it is on the top, move it to the bottom; if it is on the bottom, move it to the top.
Zero law of Exponents anything with an exponent of zero is equal to 1.
Created by: kstark317