Weegy: yes, because even though you can subtract and get a monomial or even a 0 - that's still a polynomial. A polynomial is anything that can be put in the form of ax^n + ax^(n-1)....etc.. The coefficient a is a real number which includes 0. [ So, even the number 0, or any other number, can be written as a polynomial: 0x^2 + 0x + 0 is a polynomial. ] User: how do you divide a polynomial? Weegy: Informally, the greatest common divisor (GCD) of two polynomials and is the largest polynomial that divides both and evenly. [ The definition is modeled on the concept of the greatest common divisor of two integers, the greatest integer that divides both. For polynomials, the situation is slightly more complicated, because there is no canonical order which we can use to say which polynomial is "biggest." Instead, the GCD is chosen so its degree is as great as possible, and often so that its leading coefficient equals one (i.e., it is monic). The greatest common divisor is also sometimes referred to as the greatest common factor or the highest common factor. ] User: x-3/x^3-x+7 Weegy: The answer is 7- 3/x^3. (More)

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