Polynomials intro | Mathematics II | High School Math | Khan Academy

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Polynomials are sums of terms of the form kâ xâ ¿, where k is any number and n is a positive integer. For example, 3x+2x-5 is a polynomial. Introduction to polynomials. This video covers common terminology like terms, degree, standard form, monomial, binomial and trinomial.

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