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Which of the following polynomials has a degree of 3? A. x3y3 - 3xy B. x + y + z C. x2y + 5y2 D. x2y2 - y3
The polynomial with a degree of 3 is: x^2y + 5y^2.
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The polynomial with a degree of 3 is: x^2y + 5y^2.
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