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In each of the topic, the outline of the thought-process, for that topic, is provided for learners and educators.

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» **Classification of Polynomials Based on number of Variables:**

→ Polynomial of no variables : a constant. eg: `4`

→ Polynomial of 1 variable. eg: `4x^5+x^2-3`

→ Polynomial of 2 variables. eg: `3.2x^5y^2+.23xy-3x^2+y-9`.

→ And polynomials of `n` variables.

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Based on number of variables polynomials are classified as polynomial of 1 variable, 2 variable, etc.

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Based on the number of variables in a polynomial, the polynomial is classified as polynomial of n variables.

Starting on learning "Variables in a Polynomial". ;; Based on the number of variables in a polynomial, the polynomial is classified as polynomial of n variables.

The price of a pencil is `3` coins and a pen is `7` coins. For how many coins does a person buy `x` pencils and `y` pens?

- `3x+7y`
- `(3+7)xy`

The answer is '`3x+7y`'. *An expression can have more than one variable.*

How many variables are there in the polynomial `x^7-.3x^5+.67x^2-3`?

- `1`
- `4`

The answer is '`1`'. This is an example of *polynomial of one variable*.

How many variables are there in the polynomial `x^2-y^2+xy`?

- `3`
- `2`

The answer is '`2`'. This is an example of *polynomial of two variables*.

How many variables are there in the polynomial `3`?

- `3`
- none

The answer is 'none'. This can be considered as *a polynomial without a variable*.

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**Classification of Polynomials Based on number of Variables:**

• Polynomial of no variables : a constant. eg: `4`

• Polynomial of 1 variable. eg: `4x^5+x^2-3`

• Polynomial of 2 variables. eg: `3.2x^5y^2+.23xy-3x^2+y-9`.

And polynomials of `n` variables.

*practice questions to master the knowledge*

Exercise

*practice questions to master the knowledge*

Exercise

How many variables are there in the polynomial `x^2-y^2+z^2+xyz+2xy-2yz+3xz`?

- `3`
- `2`

The answer is '`3`'. This is an example of polynomial of 3 variables.

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The price of a pencil is 3 coins and a pen is 7 coins. For how many coins does a person buy x pencils and y pens?

1

2

The answer is " 3x+7y ". An expression can have more than one variable.

How many variables are there in the polynomial x power 7 minus point 3 x power 5 plus point 6 7 x squared minus 3?

1

1

4

4

The answer is ' 1 '. This is an example of polynomial of one variable.

How many variables are there in the polynomial x squared minus y squared plus x y?

3

3

2

2

The answer is ' 2 '. This is an example of polynomial of two variables.

How many variables are there in the polynomial 3 ?

3

3

none

none

The answer is 'none'. This can be considered as a polynomial without a variable.

Based on number of variables polynomials are classified as polynomial of 1 variable, 2 variable, et cetera.

Classification of Polynomials Based on number of Variables: Polynomial of no variables is a constant. ;; Polynomial of 1 variable. ;; Polynomial of 2 variables. ;; and polynomials of n variables.

How many variables are there in the given polynomial?

3

3

2

2

The answer is ' 3 '. This is an example of polynomial of 3 variables.