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Given the polynomial x^7 + 3x^2 - 4x^8 + 7x^3, what is the degree of the polynomial?
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User: Given the polynomial x^7 + 3x^2 - 4x^8 + 7x^3, what is the degree of the polynomial?

Weegy: x^7 + 3x^2 - 4x^8 + 7x^3, the degree of the polynomial is 8.
Expert answered|ihcvin|Points 60|

ser: Solve for x: -4x + 7 = 35

Weegy: 4x + 7 = 35; 4x = 35 - 7; 4x = 28; x = 28/4; x = 7
Expert answered|ihcvin|Points 65|

User: Solve for x: -2(x-4) = -3(x + 8)

Weegy: -2(x - 4) = -3(x + 8); -2x + 8 = -3x - 24; -2x + 3x = -24 - 8; x = -32
Expert answered|ihcvin|Points 65|

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