Explain how to write a monomial in standard form.


Explain how to write a monomial in standard form.


Polynomial is made from the words "Poly" which means many and "Nominal" which means terms.So from the name itself, we can say that polynomials are the mathematical expressions which contains one or more algebraic terms.

Answer and Explanation:

Monomial : If the polynomial has only one term then it is known as monomial . The single terms should be non-zero.

For Example :- 3x , 4y^2 etc.

Standard form of monomial : In standard form, we can say that a polynomial having one term like ax^n where a is coefficient (a should be non-zero), x is the variable in the term , and n is the degree of a polynomial.

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Monomial: Definition, Examples & Factors

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