Posted by **shell** on Wednesday, July 25, 2007 at 8:25pm.

Can you explain pollynomials to me? i don't quit understand them...

polynomials are expressions consisting of several terms that are separated by addition and/or subtraction.

"poly" from the Greek means "many"

e.g. x^+4xy + 12 is a trinomial, a subset of polynomials

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