An ordering of terms of a polynomial in which the degree of each term is at least as large as the degree of the preceding term.
A polynomial with two terms.
A factor of all the terms in an expression.
of a monomial. The sum of the exponents of its variables. of a polynomial. The largest of the degrees of its individual terms.
An ordering of terms of a polynomial in which the degree of each term is no larger than the degree of the preceding term.
Difference of Squares
The binomial which is the product of the sum and difference of the same two terms, i.e. one of the form a2 - b2.
A factor is integer, variable, or polynomial that can be multiplied by a constant, an integer, or a polynomial to produce the given expression. To factor means to separate an expression into simpler factors. For instance,
a2 -2ab + b2 = (a - b)(a - b) ax2 + abx + ac = a(x2 + bx + c)
The coefficient of the first term of a polynomial written in descending order.
An expression with a single term; a real number, a variable, or the product of real numbers and variables
Perfect Square Trinomial
The square of a binomial; has the form a2 +2ab + b2.
A monomial or the sum or difference of several monomials.
A polynomial with three terms.