Jose S. answered • 06/12/14

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I'm sorry to provide such an ambivalent answer, but I hope I gave you at least one good reason to use for saying G(x) =0 is not a polynomial.

Id just point out that in mathematics definitions are very important so whatever class you are taking, figure out the definition of a polynomial and see if G(x) = 0 meets that definition.

Bob A.

**poly**nomial of degree zero (one term) in a way doesn't make sense.

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Jose S.

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Jose S.

f(x) = a_nx^n +a_{n-1}x^{n-1) +... +a_1x + a_0

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