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Ordering of Polynomials in Standard Form

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Ordering of polynomials in standard form means arranging the polynomial with powers in descending order

Let's study some examples on ordering the polynomial in standard form

Example - 1: Write x3 + x5 + 1 in standard form
Solution : x5 + x3 + 1




Example - 2: Write 2y3 + 2y5 + 2 in standard form
Solution : 2y5 + 2y3 + 2




Example - 3: Write 5y3 + 4y4 + 3y + 2 in standard form
Solution : 4y4 + 5y3 + 3y + 2

Study More Solved Questions / Examples

  • Write the following polynomials in standard form
    A) x4 + x5 + 2
    B) 5x4 + 5x5 - 3
    C) 9y2 + 10y3 - 5
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