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# Polynomials in Standard Form

## Understand polynomials as specific kinds of Algebraic expressions

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## Polynomials in Standard Form

by Lucia Bigelow //basic
Learn about standard form and how to classify and simplify polynomials.
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## Basics of Polynomials

by EPISD Precalculus Team //basic
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## Write and Classify Polynomials in Standard Form

by Susan Sudberry //basic
Write and classify polynomials in standard form.
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## Polynomials in Standard Form

by Zach Butler //basic
Learn about standard form and how to classify and simplify polynomials.
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## Identify, Add, Subtract, and Multiply Polynomials

by Algebra Book //basic
Learn about standard form and how to classify and simplify polynomials.
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## Classifying Polynomials

by Kyle Bardman //basic
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## Write and Classify Polynomials in Standard Form

by Galaxy Portillo //basic
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## Write and Classify Polynomials in Standard Form

by Kyle Bardman //basic