More Lessons for PreCalculus
Videos, worksheets, games and activities to help PreCalculus students learn about polynomial functions.
A polynomial function is a function comprised of more than one power function where the coefficients are assumed to not equal zero. The term with the highest degree of the variable in polynomial functions is called the leading term. All subsequent terms in a polynomial function have exponents that decrease in value by one.
How we define polynomial functions, and identify their leading coefficient and degree.
How to Understand Functions and Polynomials Review
Polynomial Expressions and Polynomial Functions
Identifying Functions - Polynomial Functions
How to identify polynomial functions. Also covers degree and leading coefficient.
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