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Standard Form - Polynomial

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Standard Form - Polynomial

When a polynomial is expressed in standard form, the monomials that form it, terms, are arranged in decreasing order of degree. In this form, is a whole number and the coefficients are real numbers. The polynomial above is an example of a standard form polynomial of degree In some cases, it can be useful to remember that any polynomial, regardless of degree, can be written in standard form. In this example, the original expression did not contain an term, but it can be expressed in standard form either without that term or with a coefficient of