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When multiplying, why is the degree of the product different from the degree of the factors?

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1 of 2While multiplying the degrees of factors sum up so the degrees of factors and degrees of products are different $.$

The degree of a term is the sum of the exponents of the variables, and it is a whole number by the definition of polynomial. When the polynomial is expressed as a product of polynomials, the degree of a product is the sum of the degrees of the factors.

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