 6.2.1: Determine whether each expression is a polynomial. If it is a polyn...
 6.2.15: Determine whether each expression is a polynomial. If it is a polyn...
 6.2.57: Which polynomial has degree 3? A x3 + x2  2x4 B 2x2  3x + 4 C x2...
 6.2.2: 3 x3  9y
 6.2.16: Determine whether each expression is a polynomial. If it is a polyn...
 6.2.58: (4x2 + 2x + 3)  3(2x2  5x + 1) = F 2x2 G 10x2 H 10x2 + 17x J 2...
 6.2.3: mw 2  3 nz3 + 1
 6.2.17: Determine whether each expression is a polynomial. If it is a polyn...
 6.2.59: Simplify. Assume that no variable equals 0.(4d2)3
 6.2.4: Simplify. 4. (2a + 3b) + (8a  5b)
 6.2.18: Determine whether each expression is a polynomial. If it is a polyn...
 6.2.60: Simplify. Assume that no variable equals 0.5rt2(2rt)2
 6.2.5: Simplify.(x2  4x + 3)  (4x2 + 3x  5)
 6.2.19: Determine whether each expression is a polynomial. If it is a polyn...
 6.2.61: Simplify. Assume that no variable equals 0.x2yz _ 4 xy3z2
 6.2.6: Simplify.2x(3y + 9)
 6.2.20: Determine whether each expression is a polynomial. If it is a polyn...
 6.2.62: Simplify. Assume that no variable equals 0.( 3ab _2 6a2b) 2
 6.2.7: Simplify.2p2q(5pq  3p3q2 + 4pq4
 6.2.21: Simplify. 21. (3x2  x + 2) + (x2 + 4x  9
 6.2.63: Graph each inequality.y > x2  4x + 6
 6.2.8: Simplify.(y  10)(y + 7)
 6.2.22: Simplify.(5y + 3y2) + (8y  6y2)
 6.2.64: Graph each inequality.y x2 + 6x  3
 6.2.9: Simplify.(x + 6)(x + 3)
 6.2.23: Simplify.(9r2 + 6r + 16)  (8r2 + 7r + 10)
 6.2.65: Graph each inequality.y < x2  2x
 6.2.10: Simplify.(2z  1)(2z + 1)
 6.2.24: Simplify.(7m2 + 5m  9) + (3m2  6)
 6.2.66: Determine whether each function has a maximum or a minimum value. T...
 6.2.11: Simplify.(2m  3n)2
 6.2.25: Simplify.4b(cb  zd)
 6.2.67: Determine whether each function has a maximum or a minimum value. T...
 6.2.12: Simplify.(x + 1)(x2  2x + 3)
 6.2.26: Simplify.4a(3a2 + b)
 6.2.68: Determine whether each function has a maximum or a minimum value. T...
 6.2.13: Simplify.(2x  1)(x2  4x + 4)
 6.2.27: Simplify.5ab2(3a2b + 6a3b  3a4b4)
 6.2.69: Use matrices A, B, C, and D to find the following. A = 4 2 1 4 3 ...
 6.2.14: Find the area of the triangle
 6.2.28: Simplify.2xy(3xy3  4xy + 2y4)
 6.2.70: Use matrices A, B, C, and D to find the following. A = 4 2 1 4 3 ...
 6.2.29: Simplify.(p + 6)(p  4)
 6.2.71: Use matrices A, B, C, and D to find the following. A = 4 2 1 4 3 ...
 6.2.30: Simplify.(a + 6)(a + 3)
 6.2.72: Write an equation in slopeintercept form for each graph.
 6.2.31: Simplify.(b + 5)(b  5)
 6.2.73: Write an equation in slopeintercept form for each graph.
 6.2.32: Simplify.(6  z)(6 + z)
 6.2.74: Write an equation in slopeintercept form for each graph.
 6.2.33: Simplify.(3x + 8)(2x + 6)
 6.2.75: Simplify. Assume that no variable equals 0.x_ 3 x
 6.2.34: Simplify.(4y  6)(2y + 7)
 6.2.76: Simplify. Assume that no variable equals 0.4y5 _ 2y2
 6.2.35: Simplify.(3b  c)3
 6.2.77: Simplify. Assume that no variable equals 0.x2y3 _ xy
 6.2.36: Simplify.(x2 + xy + y2)(x  y)
 6.2.78: Simplify. Assume that no variable equals 0.9a3 _b 3ab
 6.2.37: Toshiro has $850 to invest. He can invest in a savings account that...
 6.2.38: For Exercises 38 and 39, use the following information. A small onl...
 6.2.39: Find the profit from sales of 1850 units.
 6.2.40: Simplify (c2  6cd  2d2) + (7c2  cd + 8d2)  (c2 + 5cd  d2).
 6.2.41: Find the product of x2 + 6x  5 and 3x + 2.
 6.2.42: Simplify. 42. (4x2  3y2 + 5xy)  (8xy + 3y2)
 6.2.43: Simplify.(10x2  3xy + 4y2)  (3x2 + 5xy)
 6.2.44: Simplify.3 4 x2(8x + 12y  16xy2)
 6.2.45: Simplify.1 2 a3(4a  6b + 8ab4)
 6.2.46: Simplify.d3(d5  2d3 + d1)
 6.2.47: Simplify.x3y2(yx4 + y1x3 + y2x2)
 6.2.48: Simplify.(a3  b)(a3 + b)
 6.2.49: Simplify.(m2  5)(2m2 + 3)
 6.2.50: Simplify.(x  3y)2
 6.2.51: Simplify.(1 + 4c)2
 6.2.52: Suppose R and W represent two genes that a plant can inherit from i...
 6.2.53: Write a polynomial of degree 5 that has three terms.
 6.2.54: Identify the expression that does not belong with the other three. ...
 6.2.55: What is the degree of the product of a polynomial of degree 8 and a...
 6.2.56: Use the information about tuition increases to explain how polynomi...
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