Prove that the number of monomials of degree d in finite field F[x] is \binom{n+d}{n}(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

This is not so much a homework question as something I have read and asked my professor about. He said it was too easy and that I should be able to do it and wouldn't help me. I know I'm probably being a bit blind - any guidance welcomed!

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# Number of monomials of degree d in finite field F[x]

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