- Can a square root be a polynomial?
- What is the formula of polynomial?
- What polynomial has 5 terms?
- How do you solve a quintic polynomial?
- Is y 5 a polynomial?
- What is an example of a quintic polynomial?
- What is constant polynomial?
- What is an example of a cubic polynomial?
- What is constant polynomial with example?
- How many zeros are of a cubic polynomial?

## Can a square root be a polynomial?

Yes, definitely. In rings, such as integers or polynomial rings not all elements do have square roots (like over complex numbers). Having a square root means exactly the same as being a perfect square. So you can take any polynomial, and take its square, then you will have another polynomial which has a square root.

## What is the formula of polynomial?

A polynomial is a function of the form f(x) = anxn + an−1xn−1 + + a2x2 + a1x + a0 . The degree of a polynomial is the highest power of x in its expression. Constant (non-zero) polynomials, linear polynomials, quadratics, cubics and quartics are polynomials of degree 0, 1, 2 , 3 and 4 respectively.

## What polynomial has 5 terms?

You call an expression with a single term a monomial, an expression with two terms is a binomial, and an expression with three terms is a trinomial. An expression with more than three terms is named simply by its number of terms. For example a polynomial with five terms is called a five-term polynomial.

## How do you solve a quintic polynomial?

How to solve a quintic polynomial equation?

- The ones with at least one rational root can be identified quickly using the rational root theorem and then the remaining quartic always has an exact solution in radicals.
- You have to find out the so-called galois-group over Q of the given quintic.
- First check, whether the polynomial is irreducible over Q.

## Is y 5 a polynomial?

(Yes, “5” is a polynomial, one term is allowed, and it can be just a constant!)

## What is an example of a quintic polynomial?

Mathwords: Quintic Polynomial. A polynomial of degree 5. Examples: x5 – x3 + x, y5 + y4 + y3 + y2 + y + 1, and 42a3b2.

## What is constant polynomial?

A polynomial that, when evaluated over each in the domain of definition, results in the same value. The simplest example is for and. a constant. SEE ALSO: Polynomial, Zero Polynomial.

## What is an example of a cubic polynomial?

Cubic polynomials are polynomials of degree three. Examples include /begin{align*}x^3+8, x^3-4x^2+3x-5/end{align*}, and so on. Notice in these examples, the largest exponent for the variable is three (3). They are all cubics.

## What is constant polynomial with example?

A polynomial with degree 0 is called a constant polynomial. Any constant number for example, 3, 4/5, 679, 8.34 are examples of constant polynomials.

## How many zeros are of a cubic polynomial?

three zeros