# Math

Name the coefficients in the polynomial

4x^2+3x-3

a. 4, -3, -3

b. 4, 3

c. 4, 3, 3

d. -4, -3

I choose d
Check it pleaase!

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asked by Cherry
1. You are correct in counting 2 coefficients.

But, they are both positive, so (b) is correct.

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posted by Steve
2. But can't a coefficient also be 3? Technically it can be 3^1, no? Or am I wrong?

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