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an expression which consists of one or more terms of the form akx
a polynomial with 1 term
a polynomial with 2 terms that are not like terms
a polynomial with 3 terms that are not like terms
Degree of a monomial
the sum of the exponents of all the variables
Degree of a polynomial
the highest exponent of any term in the polynomial
writing numbers are the product of their factors or divisors
the term in a simplified algebraic expression or equation which contains no variables
Linear expression
an algebraic equation where the power of the variab­le(s) is equal to 1
Greatest common factor
the largest integer that divides evenly into each of a given set of number
Standard form of a polynomial
has terms placed in descending order, from largest exponent to smallest exponent


Axis of Symmetry
a line of symmetry for a graph. The two sides of a graph on either side of the axis of symmetry look like mirror images of each other.
one shape becomes exactly like the other when you translate, rotate, or reflect it
Zeros of a quadratic function
the roots (x-int­erc­epts) of a parabola
a corner point of a geometric figure/ for a parabola, is the point at which it makes its sharpest turn, halfway between the directrix and focus
the point at which a curve intersects an axis


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