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Interactive video lesson plan for: Classifying Polynomials - Algebra I

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In this video, you will learn how to classify a polynomial. A polynomial can be classified within two categories. The first category is based on the number of terms, and the second is based on the name using the degree of the polynomial. A polynomial is a mathematical phrase that includes more than one term. The degree of a polynomial is the sum of the exponents of the greatest term. Polynomial can be monomials, binomial, or trinomials. A polynomial can also be a constant, linear, cubic, quadratic, or fourth degree.


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