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posted by Angie .
Which of these phrases best describes a polynomial?
a. a decimal that is nonterminating or nonrepeating
b. an algebraic expression containing one or more terms
c. a closeplaned figure formed by three or more line segments
d. a number greater than one that has exactly two different factors

a close planed figure formed by three or more line segments is a polygon.
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