**Degree of a term:**Is the sum of it's exponents.

**Examples:**

**Degree of a polynomial:**Is the greatest degree of any of the terms in a polynomial

**Examples:**

*Like terms*will have the same variables and the same degree of variable or be constant

Example: 6x^2 - 3x^2y

*Unlike terms*do

**not**share a common variable or degree of variable

Example: 6xy^2 - 3x^2y

Textbook work:

- CYU #1, 3, and 4
- Prac: # 5-12
- Apply #15, 17 and 19
- Extend #28, 29 and 31
- 5.1 EXTRA PRACTICE
**AND MANGA HIGH!!**

Nice post Allison! Good job on having the defenitiona and examples, it really helps (y) Also I like how you included color and diagrams, your post was neat. Keep it up!

ReplyDeleteGreat post Allison. Your post was very detailed based on information and important parts. Next time maybe instead of putting ^ before an exponent maybe decreasing the size would be beter.

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