11-1: Max S. and Kaitlynn R.
11-2: Nate F. and Caiti T.
11-3: Justin F. and Ricky S.
11-4: Austin R. and Shannon S.
11-5: Elissa M. and Shannon M.
11-6: Nate F. and Ricky S.
11-7: Thomas S. and Caiti T.
11-8: Brittany K. and Max. S.
11-9: Marisa M. and Shannon S.
11-10: Sarah K. and Austin R.

To determine a degree of a polynomial look at the equation and find the largest exponent. The terms of the polynomial are a collection of variable and coefficients in the polynomial: seperated by + or -. To write a polynomial in standard form all you have to do is write it in descending order of it's coefficients. The leading coefficient is the number that in written with the variable of the highest degree. For example if we have the equation 35x³ + 25x² + 100, the degree would be 3, and the leading coefficient would be 35.
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## Table of Contents

## Chapter 11: Polynomials

Chapter 11 Preveiw: aach11preview.pdf## Wiki Summary Assignments

11-1: Max S. and Kaitlynn R.11-2: Nate F. and Caiti T.

11-3: Justin F. and Ricky S.

11-4: Austin R. and Shannon S.

11-5: Elissa M. and Shannon M.

11-6: Nate F. and Ricky S.

11-7: Thomas S. and Caiti T.

11-8: Brittany K. and Max. S.

11-9: Marisa M. and Shannon S.

11-10: Sarah K. and Austin R.

## Section 11-1: Introduction to Polynomials

Notes: aanotes11-1.pdfTo determine a degree of a polynomial look at the equation and find the largest exponent. The terms of the polynomial are a collection of variable and coefficients in the polynomial: seperated by + or -. To write a polynomial in standard form all you have to do is write it in descending order of it's coefficients. The leading coefficient is the number that in written with the variable of the highest degree. For example if we have the equation 35x³ + 25x² + 100, the degree would be 3, and the leading coefficient would be 35.

Katie R.