Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Algebra

A polynomial is the sum of two or more terms.  A term can have constants, exponents and variables, such as \(\;13a^2\).  Put them together and you get a polynomial.

  • Equation - \(\;a^2b_c - 13a^2 + 9 - 7bx^3\).  

Polynomials can not have an unlimited number of terms.

No terms like \(\frac {x^2 - 5} {3}\) or \(17^{-2}\).