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write a trinomial of degree 4 such that the GCF of its terms is 1

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  1. degree 4 begins with x^4
    trinomial means 3 terms
    so you can add two more terms. It doesn't matter if it is x^3, x^2, or x or a constant.
    With a greatest common factor of 1 means that the the coefficients should be written in such a way that they don't have a factor in common.

    examples, 3, 5, 11.

    Can you finish with these hints?

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    posted by JJ

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