|Feb11-13, 05:46 PM||#1|
Integer Coeffieicent of Degree
Can anyone explain what "Integer Coefficient of Degree n" where n is some positive integer (e.g 6) of a polynomial refers to?
I know what integers and coefficients are but I don't know what the above refers to. For example if you had something like this:
Suppose some polynomial f(x) exists with integer coefficients of degree 12 where f(0)=2
What would this polynomial look like/ how would you write or calculate the expression?
|Feb11-13, 06:44 PM||#2|
|Feb24-13, 08:48 AM||#3|
"Suppose some polynomial f(x) exists, with integer coefficients, of degree 12 where f(0)=2"
Note the commas. Stll better would be
"Suppose some polynomial f(x), with integer coefficients, exists, of degree 12 where f(0)=2
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