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Math 104: Calculus14 chapters | 116 lessons | 11 flashcard sets

Which of the following are polynomials?

I) f(x) = x^4+x

II) f(x) = x^2+x*sin(x)

III) f(x) = x+2*sin(2)

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This quiz will help you practice working with polynomials by requiring you to complete math problems associated with polynomials and factoring.

Through this assessment, you will be tested on:

- Identifying polynomials
- Factoring or expanding polynomial expressions
- Using factoring to solve a polynomial equation

**Problem solving**- use acquired knowledge to factor, expand, or solve polynomial practice problems**Interpreting information**- verify that you can read information regarding polynomial functions and interpret it correctly**Distinguishing differences**- use knowledge from the lesson to distinguish what is a polynomial and what is not

See the accompanying lesson called, Polynomials Functions: Properties and Factoring to learn more about polynomial functions, including:

- Definition and examples of polynomial functions
- Definition and examples of quadratic equations
- Factoring quadratics

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Math 104: Calculus14 chapters | 116 lessons | 11 flashcard sets

- What is a Function: Basics and Key Terms 7:57
- Graphing Basic Functions 8:01
- Compounding Functions and Graphing Functions of Functions 7:47
- Understanding and Graphing the Inverse Function 7:31
- Polynomial Functions: Properties and Factoring 7:45
- Exponentials, Logarithms & the Natural Log 8:36
- Slopes and Tangents on a Graph 10:05
- Equation of a Line Using Point-Slope Formula 9:27
- Horizontal and Vertical Asymptotes 7:47
- Implicit Functions 4:30
- Go to Graphing and Functions

- Go to Continuity

- Go to Limits

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