Find the GCF of the terms of the polynomial.
32x2 + 28x6

The GCF of the terms of the polynomial 32x^2 + 28x^6 is 4x^2.

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The GCF of the terms of the polynomial 32x^2 + 28x^6 is 4x^2.

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Write the polynomial in standard form. Then name the polynomial based on its degree and number of terms.
5x + 2x4 – 4 **Weegy:** One way to find the zeros of a polynomial is to write in its factored form ... the polynomial x^3 - 4x^2 + 5x ... [ first in its factored form and then in the standard ... ] **User:** Write the polynomial in standard form. Then name the polynomial based on its degree and number of terms.
5x + 2x4 – 4 5x – 4 + 2x4; not a polynomial
2x4 + 5x – 4; fourth-degree trinomial
5x + 2x4 – 4; quadratic monomial
2x4 + 5x – 4; cubic binomial
**Weegy:** x + 2x^4 ? 4 = x(2x^3+5)-4 **User:** What is the sum or difference?
5y4 – 9y4 –45y4
14y4
–4y4
–4y8
**Weegy:** The answer for 5y4 – 9y4 is –4y4. (More)

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Asked 3/18/2013 9:45:50 AM

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What is the degree of the monomial? -2 User: What is the sum or difference? 5x^8+9x^8 **Weegy:** (5x+9)(9x^2+4x+3)= 45x^3+ 101x^2+ 51x+ 27. here is the graph for your equation **User:** What is the sum or difference? 5y^4-9y^4 (More)

5y^4 - 9y^4 = -4y^4

5y^4 + 9y^4 = 14y^4

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Updated 10/13/2014 8:07:16 AM

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5x^8+9x^8 = 14x8

5x^8 9x^8 = -4x8

5x^8 9x^8 = -4x8

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5y^4 - 9y^4 = -4y^4

5y^4 + 9y^4 = 14y^4

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0 is the degree of the monomial of -2.

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1 is the degree of the monomial of -2.

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Simplify the sum.
(5u3 + 5u2 + 3) + (2u3 – 3u + 8) **Weegy:** (5u^3 + 5u^2 + 3) + (2u^3 – 3u + 8) = 7u^3+5u^2-3u+11 (More)

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