Factoring Polynomial Trivia Quiz

10 Questions  Settings  In mathematics, a polynomial is an expression that needs to be operated. Polynomial expressions usually have variables and coefficients that needs to be divided or multiplied. Factors of a polynomial expression are that which yield the polynomial when they are multiplied. Do you know how to factorize polynomial expressions?

• 1.
What are variables in polynomials called?
• A.

Symbols

• B.

Articles

• C.

Indeterminates

• D.

Coefficients

• 2.
Which of these does not employ factorization of  polynomials?
• A.

Numerical analysis

• B.

Complex analysis

• C.

Arithmetic

• D.

Calculus

• 3.
Which of these does not require the use of polynomials?
• A.

Polynomial rings

• B.

Algebraic variety

• C.

Algebraic geometry

• D.

Number system

• 4.
Which of these operations is not supported by polynomials?
• A.

Division

• B.

Exponentiation

• C.

Multiplication

• D.

Logarithm

• 5.
Which of these is not possible in all polynomial expressions?
• A.

Distributivity

• B.

Commutativity

• C.

Infinity

• D.

Associativity

• 6.
What is the degree of a constant term when  factoring polynomials?
• A.

• B.

10

• C.

1

• D.

0

• 7.
What are polynomials with real coefficients  called?
• A.

Special polynomial

• B.

Integer polynomial

• C.

Real polynomials

• D.

Complex polynomials

• 8.
What is a polynomial with two indeterminates called?
• A.

Complex polynomial

• B.

Univariate polynomial

• C.

Multivariate polynomial

• D.

Bivariate polynomial

• 9.
What law allows factorized polynomials to be added?
• A.

Communitative law

• B.

Associative law

• C.

Horner's law

• D.

Laplace principle

• 10.
Which of these is not used to analyse factorized polynomials on graphs?
• A.

Intercepts

• B.

Slope

• C.

Shape

• D.

Concavity

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