Math Help TIMED!

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write the polynomial in standard form then name the polynomial based on its degree and number of terms 10 g - 7 g^3 + 2g^2 - 5

a. -7g^3 + 2g^2 + 10g - 5 cubic polynomial
b. -5 + 10g + 2g^2 - 7g^3 cubic binomial
c. 7g^3 - 2g^2 + 10g - 5 quadratic binomial
d. 2g^2 - 7g^3 + 10g - 5 cubic trinomial


I think it is A, but not sure at all.

Please help me with this the test is timed! THANKS!

  1. MathMate

    Timed? Is it a test?

  2. Steve

    but yes, it is A.

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