What Do You Know About Arithmetic With Polynomials?

10 Questions  Settings  In mathematics, a polynomial is an expression consisting of variables (also called indeterminates) and coefficient, that involves only the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and non-negative integer exponents of variables.

• 1.
Polynomials appear in a wide variety of areas of .....
• A.

Mathematics

• B.

Music

• C.

Literature

• D.

Language

• 2.
Polynomials also appears in a wide variety of area of ...
• A.

Language

• B.

Science

• C.

Arts

• D.

None

• 3.
Since the .... century, similar formulas (using cube roots in addition to square roots), but much more complicated are known for equations of degree three and four (see cubic equation and quartic equation).
• A.

16th

• B.

12th

• C.

14th

• D.

13th

• 4.
In ...., Niels Henrik Abel proved the striking result that there are equations of degree 5 whose solutions cannot be expressed by a (finite) formula, involving only arithmetic operations and radicals
• A.

1818

• B.

1999

• C.

1554

• D.

1824

• 5.
In ...., Évariste Galois proved that most equations of degree higher than four cannot be solved by radicals.
• A.

1830

• B.

1880

• C.

1997

• D.

2000

• 6.
real polynomial is a polynomial with real ....
• A.

Slopes

• B.

Coefficient

• C.

Intercepts

• D.

Concavity

• 7.
The word polynomial was first used in the ..... century
• A.

17th

• B.

19th

• C.

20th

• D.

18th

• 8.
Polynomial is a topic in which course?
• A.

Maths

• B.

Language

• C.

Literature

• D.

Music

• 9.
Mathematics is usually studied in ....
• A.

Museum

• B.

Church

• C.

Mosque

• D.

School

• 10.
Who is not a mathematician here?
• A.

Will Smith

• B.

Pythagoras

• C.

Albert Einstein

• D.

Isaac Newton

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