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True or False?

1. The product of 2 linear polynomials is quadratic
2. The sum of two cubic polynomials cannot have a degree greater than 3.
3. The sum of two cubic polynomials may have a degree less than 3.
4. The sum of a cubic and a quartic polynomial may have a degree different from 4.
5. The product of two monomials is a monomial.
6. The product of two binomials is a binomial.

I got:

1.T
2. T
3. F
4.F
5.F
6.T

Is this right?

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    I think 6th is false...bcoz in product degree is added .and binomial has degree 2... and 2+2 is 4...............

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