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Questions

( 1 ) What degree is this polynomial?

$$\begin{equation} 3x^2+4x^3+5x \end{equation}$$

A.   first degree
B.   second degree
C.   third degree
D.   none of the above

"Build-a-quiz" problem ID: 2473

( 2 ) What degree is this polynomial?

$$\begin{equation} x^2+2x+1 \end{equation}$$

A.   first degree
B.   second degree
C.   third degree
D.   none of the above

"Build-a-quiz" problem ID: 2474

( 3 ) What degree is this polynomial?

$$\begin{equation} 2x+1 \end{equation}$$

A.   first degree
B.   second degree
C.   third degree
D.   none of the above

"Build-a-quiz" problem ID: 2475

( 4 ) What degree is this polynomial?

$$\begin{equation} 4 \end{equation}$$

A.   first degree
B.   second degree
C.   third degree
D.   none of the above

"Build-a-quiz" problem ID: 2476

( 5 ) What degree is this polynomial?

$$\begin{equation} p(4p^2+3p)+1 \end{equation}$$

A.   first degree
B.   second degree
C.   third degree
D.   none of the above

"Build-a-quiz" problem ID: 2477

( 6 ) What degree is this polynomial?

$$\begin{equation} 4t^2+2t^3-t^3 \end{equation}$$

A.   first degree
B.   second degree
C.   third degree
D.   none of the above

"Build-a-quiz" problem ID: 2478

( 7 ) What degree is this polynomial?

$$\begin{equation} 7p+4 \end{equation}$$

A.   first degree
B.   second degree
C.   third degree
D.   none of the above

"Build-a-quiz" problem ID: 2479

( 8 ) What degree is this polynomial?

$$\begin{equation} 2(x^2+3x)+4 \end{equation}$$

A.   first degree
B.   second degree
C.   third degree
D.   none of the above

"Build-a-quiz" problem ID: 2480

( 9 ) Which of the following is a quadratic binomial?

A.   $$\begin{equation} 3x-3 \end{equation}$$
B.   $$\begin{equation} 3x^3+2x^2\end{equation}$$
C.   $$\begin{equation} 3x^2+2x+4 \end{equation}$$
D.   $$\begin{equation} 3x^2+4 \end{equation}$$

"Build-a-quiz" problem ID: 2481

( 10 ) Which of the following is a linear polynomial?

A.   $$\begin{equation} 2x^2+1 \end{equation}$$
B.   $$\begin{equation} 3x+1 \end{equation}$$
C.   $$\begin{equation} 3x^2+2x+1 \end{equation}$$
D.   none of the above

"Build-a-quiz" problem ID: 2482

( 11 ) Which of these is a constant polynomial?

A.   $$\begin{equation} 4x\end{equation}$$
B.   $$\begin{equation} z \end{equation}$$
C.   $$\begin{equation} 4 \end{equation}$$
D.   $$\begin{equation} 2x^2+2x+2 \end{equation}$$

"Build-a-quiz" problem ID: 2483