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posted by Tiffany .
The function f(x) = x^2 2x + x^1/2 is:
A. A polynomial because it is continuous.
B. A polynomial because it is of the form axn.
C. Not a polynomial because you are subtracting 2x.
D. Not a polynomial because you canâ€™t have any fractional exponents.
Is the answer D?

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