This is the segment of mathematics that uses letters in solving various problems .

The word algebra is of Arabic origin, al-Jabar, which means "return." He was a lawyer and a French mathematician, Francois ViÃ¨te (15401603), who intr oduced the use of letters to denote unknown numbers. The algebra has brought eno rmous progress in mathematics. E ai galera, all ready to travel this wonderful world of Polynomials? So here we go! Polynomials Note the picture below and then write an algebraic expression that represents th e total area of the figure. ab â ¢ algebraic expression: bcd R: ab + ad + bc Answer: a) This expression is a monomial? R: No b) It consists of those monomials? A: Three Polynomials: It is a sum of monomials. The algebraic expression obtained is a polynomial. Monomial of the polynomial has EVERY CALL FOR TERMINATION. EXAMPLES of polynomia ls and their specific names Expression Name Number of polynomial terms 2x2 - 5x3y 13 a4 - b + 5A2 6x3y May 5 - 2y4 +3 x3 - y5 2 3 4 or more binomial trinomial polynomial Do it in your notebook. Rate as monomial, binomial, trinomial or polynomial the following algebraic expressions. a) 3x2 - 7x b) xc) 4x2z-5x + 3x3 -3 d) x4y2 + 8x2 +1 Check out the answers You learned to reduce monomials like, now is the time of polynomials. Write the expression that represents the perimeter of the figure below: x Â² +2 x +3 x +2 R: 4 (x Â² +3) + 4 (x +2) x Â² +3 x +2 Now write it in the form of a polynomial x +2 reduced: R: x Â² 4x Â² +3 x +4 +20 Degree of a polynomial REDUCED Determine the degree of each term (monomials) of the reduced polynomial: 5x2y2 3x2y + x5yz2 Grade: 4th Grade: 3rd Grade: 8 The degree of a polynomial, non-zero, is given by its term of highest degree: What degree of the polynomial 5x2y2 - 3x2y + x5yz2: R: 8 Determine the degree of each polynomial below: a) x5 - 5xy6 2x3y2 + b) b2 a4 b3 a2 + 4 - 9 c) 4x2y d) 5

Check the answers Polynomial with ONE REAL VARIABLE Note the reduced polynomials: \ appear x3, x2, x1 and x0 Appear x2, x1 and x0 3x2-x +1 -4x3 + 2x2-x +2 They have only one variable x and the powers of x are sorted in descending order . In this case we say that are ordered and complete. EXAMPLES OF INCOMPLETE Polynomials There do not appear appear x2, x0 6x3 + 4x A full presentation x2, x1 x3 - 9 A full presentation 6x3 + 0x2 + x4 +0 x0 x3 + 0x2 + 0x - 9 Let's do some extra exercise! 1) What is the monomial that is not the 3rd 2) What is the monomial that you sho uld subtract degree? of (- 2 x 2 y 3) 2 for x - 4 y 6? a) third b 1 b) abc 3 c) 2 d 3ab) and 3ab) 6c 3 2 ( ) a) 5x 4 y 6 b) - 5x 4 y 6 c) x 4 y 6 d) 4 x 4 and 6 y) x - 4 y 6 5) 4) in an enterprise, the distribution of wages is shown in the table below. W hat is the polynomial whose reduced form expresses the total wages of employees of this company? No. 3 salaries employees May 12 of each, for \$ X x + 2x 1000 4) 3) What is the polynomial of 4th degree? a) 2 x 2 + b 2) 2 x 2 + 7 x - 4 c) 2 + 3x 3 y 3 d) + abc and second) to 2b 2-16 a) 20 xb) + 23x 5000 c) 1000 4 x + d) and 1000 + 20 x) x + 20 000 5) In addition of polynomials is the result: 3 x - 4 x +. 6 However, it was foun d that the portion represented by the polynomial, 3 , Had been wrongly included. What should be the correct result of the addition? 5x 3 - 8x 2-9

a) 2 x3 + 8 x 2 - 4x + 15 b) - 2 x3 - 8 x 2 + x 4 - 15 c) - 2 x3 + 8 x 2-4 x 15 + d) 2 x3 + 8 x 2-4 x - 15 e) - 2 x3 - 8 x 2 - 4 x + 15 6) We use two real numbers, with the largest worth three times the lowest. If th e smaller of the numbers is expressed by the monomial x 2, the monomial which is the product of these two numbers is: 7) A snack bar sells real ax cheeseburger each. Knowing que1 fifth of that price matches the cost of meat, a) 12 x bread a nd other ingredients, and February 1 of this price corresponds to two other char ges and the rest is profit, b) 12 x monomial representing the profit on sale of each cheeseburger c) 6 x is: d) and 6 x 2) 3 x 2 a) 0.7 x b) x 0.3 c) 0.4 d x) and 0.5x) 0.2x REPLIES Of the proposed exercises. Classification of polynomials: a) binomial b) monomial c) polynomial d) trinomia l RETURN Degree of polynomials: a) 7th grade b) 6 degree c) third degree d) 0th degree RETURN