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1.
binomial: a polynomial with two terms.

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cubic: a polynomial with a degree of 3.

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degree of a polynomial: the degree of the term of polynomail with the greatest degree

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difference of 2 squares: a polynomial of the form a^2-b^2, which may be written as the product (a+b) (a-b)

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leading coefficient: the coefficient of the first term of a polynomial in standard form

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perfect square trinomial: a trinomail whose factored form is the sqaure of a binomial and as the form a^2-2ab+b^2=(a-b)^2 or a^2=2ab=b^2=(a=b)^2

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quadratic: a polynomial with a degree of 2.

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scientific notation: a method of writing very large or very small numbers, by using powers of 10, m x 10^n where 1 is greater than of equal to m < 10 and n is an integer

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standard form: a polynomail where the terms are in order from greatest degree to least degree

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trinomial: a polynomial with 3 terms.

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