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Ikentie each esxpression
a lolynomal, for each pognomia, quue te Legre
and idennA aus
each eupressiO
poly
not
a
monomlal, binomral, trinomial,
29/6x+3704
3/-72
5-223 +1
37.5
or diffeence
(-
4x +7)+(- 9202+37c-5)
* find te Bam
Prgs
39 CS D0
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Transcribed Image Text:Ikentie each esxpression a lolynomal, for each pognomia, quue te Legre and idennA aus each eupressiO poly not a monomlal, binomral, trinomial, 29/6x+3704 3/-72 5-223 +1 37.5 or diffeence (- 4x +7)+(- 9202+37c-5) * find te Bam Prgs 39 CS D0
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