POLYNOMIAL The word 'poly' means ''many'' and 'nomial' means ''term'' so it means ''many terms''.

A polynomial is a expression of constants, variables and exponents that combined in using of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division except not division by a variable.

There are three types of Polynomial

Monomial- Which have only one term of algebraic expression is known as monomial.

Binomial- A algebraic expression which have two terms is known as binomial.

Trinomial- A algebraic expression which have three terms is known as trinomial.

A polynomial which have no variable is known as a zero variable.

A polynomial who only have one variable is known as one variable polynomial,

A polynomial who have two variable is known as two variable polynomial.

A polynomial who have three variable is known as three variable polynomial.

The main topics which will be discussed in this polynomial chapter are-

-The basic concepts related to polynomials

-The geometrical meaning of the zeroes of a polynomial

-Relationship between zeroes and coefficients of a polynomial

-Division algorithm for polynomials.

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