Introduction to Polynomials

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Introduction to Polynomials Form 2 Section A Multiple Choice Questions 1. = A. B. C. 2. A. –42 B. –6 C. 6 D. 42 3. 5 4 × 10 4 = A. (5 + 10) 4 B. (5 + 10) 8 C. (5 × 10) 4 D. (5 × 10) 8 4. 2 a × 8 b = A. 2 a + b B. 16 ab C. 8 a + b D. 2 a + 3 b 5. Simplify a 3 × 5 a 4 . A. 5 a 7 B. 5 a 12 C. (5 a ) 7 D. (5 a ) 12 6. A. C. D. 7. Which of the following statements about the polynomial x 3 y – 4 x 2 y 2 + y 5 – 2 x 4 is correct? 1
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A. It is a polynomial of degree 3, the coefficient of the term with the highest degree is 1. B. It is a polynomial of degree 4, the coefficient of the term with the highest degree is –2. It is a polynomial of degree 4, the coefficient of the term with the highest degree is 1. C. It is a polynomial of degree 5, the coefficient of the term with the highest degree is 1. 8. Find the value of the polynomial x 3 – 3 x 2 y + 3 xy 2 y 3 when x = 3 and y = –3 A. 216 B. 108 0 C. –108 9. Arrange the polynomial u 2 v 2 – 2 uv in ascending powers of
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