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Rewrite this polynomial so that the terms are in ascending order: 8x + 4x^4 + 10 + 6x^3 + 3x^5

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It is hard to put them in ascending order unless you know the value of x. To see the difference, assume x=1 and later x=10.

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Write all of the following statement(s) that apply to the following polynomial: -5x3 + 2x2 – 7

It is a binomial.

It cannot be evaluated at x = 1/3

It has a degree of 3.

It is cubic.

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