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73,200,000

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Since the degree is the sum of the variable exponents and it looks like
we have a 2 and a 3 as our exponents, **the degree would have to be 2
+ 3 = 5.**

-8

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**Since this is a constant term, it's degree is 0.**

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Since the degree of the polynomial is the highest degree of all the
terms, it looks like **the degree is 5.**

Since there are two terms, **this is a binomial.**

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Since the degree of the polynomial is the highest degree of all the
terms, it looks like **the degree is 3.**

Since there is one term, **this is a monomial.**

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Since the degree of the polynomial is the highest degree of all the
terms, it looks like **the degree is 2.**

Since there are two terms, **this is a trinomial.**

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**Step 1: Set up the long division **

**AND**

**Step 2: Divide 1st term of divisor by first term of
dividend to get first term of the quotient**

**AND**

**Step 3: Take the term found in step 1 and multiply
it times the divisor**

**AND**

**Step 4: Subtract this from the line above**

**AND**

**Step 5: Repeat until done**

**AND**

**Step 6: Write out the answer.**

**Final answer: **

Last revised on August 2, 2011 by Kim Seward.

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