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Polynomial is an expression where there are two or more algebraic terms containing different power of the same variable(s)[ CITATION Dug11 \l 1033 ]. For example, 2xy 2 - 3y + 5x 3 +4 is a polynomial. In mathematics, there are three types of polynomials[ CITATION Sch79 \l 1033 ]: a) Monomials: Monomials are the type of polynomial with only one term. For example: 3xy 2 b) Binomials: Binomials are the type of polynomial with two terms. For example: 3xy 2 + 2y c) Trinomials: Trinomials are the type of polynomial with three terms. For example: 3xy 2 +2y+3x Let’s evaluate a polynomial f(x) = 3x 2 +2x-3 when x = 3. Since, the value of x is given and evaluating means to deduce the expression into the simplest form. Replacing the values of x in f(x) and using the P.E.M.D.A.S rule in solving the

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