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what are the classification of polynomials according to the number of terms they have.

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    monomial -- one term
    binomial -- two terms
    trinomial -- three terms
    quadrinomial -- 4 terms
    "quintnomial" ??? -- 5 terms
    "polynomial of n terms" --- n terms

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