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1. CLASSIFYING POLYNOMIALS by: GLORIA KENT

2. Today’s Objectives: • Classify a polynomial by it’s degree. • Classify a polynomial by it’s number of terms • “Name” a polynomial by it’s “first and last names” determined by it’s degree and number of terms.

3. Degree of a Polynomial The degree of a polynomial is calculated by finding the largest exponent in the polynomial. (Learned in previous lesson on Writing Polynomials in Standard Form)

4. Degree of a Polynomial(Each degree has a special “name”)

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9. Degree of a Polynomial(Each degree has a special “name”)

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11. Degree of a Polynomial(Each degree has a special “name”)

12. Degree of a Polynomial(Each degree has a special “name”)

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24. Degree of a Polynomial(Each degree has a special “name”)

25. POLYNOMIAL 3z4 + 5z3 – 7 15a + 25 185 2c10 – 7c6 + 4c3 - 9 2f3 – 7f2 + 1 15y2 9g4 – 3g + 5 10r5 –7r 16n7 + 6n4 – 3n2 DEGREE NAME Quartic Linear Constant Tenth degree Cubic Quadratic Quartic Quintic Seventh degree Let’s practice classifying polynomials by “degree”. The degree name becomes the “first name” of the polynomial.

26. Naming Polynomials(by number of terms)

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38. Classifying (or Naming) a Polynomial by Number of Terms

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