MA, Stanford University
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There are three main qualifications of a polynomial: 1.) all of the coefficients are real (not imaginary,) 2.) all exponents are whole numbers so there are also no radical signs, and 3.) there are no x's in the bottom of a fraction, which means there are also no negative exponents. Here we do examples of determining whether or not a given expression represents a polynomial.
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