Polynomial Quizzes & Trivia
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This quiz aims to let the student find the degree of each given polynomial. This can be given to Grade Six or First Year High School Students.
Questions: 10  Attempts: 4017  Last updated: Jan 23, 2013
This quiz will enable students to identify a given expression as monomial, binomial, trinomial or polynomial (more than three terms). This quiz can be given to Grade Six or First Year High School Students.
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Time: 30 Minute
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Sample QuestionA polynomial with one degree is called:
This quiz is all about polynomial function, 130 items multiple choice. This will help you become a better learner in the basics and fundamentals of algebra.
Questions: 30  Attempts: 2327  Last updated: Jan 30, 2013

Sample QuestionWhat is the leading term of ?
This is a Quiz on differentiating polynomials from algebraic expressions; identifying if a given expression is a monomial, binomial, trinomial or polynomial (more than three terms). It also asks the student to state the degree of...
Questions: 10  Attempts: 310  Last updated: May 21, 2018
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If x + y + 2 = 0, then x3 + y3 + 8 equals:
I think....if we will take... (x+y+2) whole cube then ...X+y+2=0....then (0)whole cube is 0 then ans should be Zero .0
X2 + x 90
How is this the answer i dont get it how is it (x 9) (X+10)
4y + 3y3  2y2 + 5
3 because the y have a 1 exponent and y again have some 1 and y again have a 1 so my answer is 3 because i add all variables
4) 0
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Isn't 0 and none the same thing because I am very confused
Complete the following questions
Questions: 9  Attempts: 322  Last updated: Sep 13, 2013

Sample QuestionWhat is the greatest common factor of the polynomial 8x+14x–32?
Are you ready to test your knowledge of polynomial division? Do you know all there is to know about synthetic division? Get ready to test your knowledge! NOTE: You will probably want to have a piece of scrap paper and a pencil...
Questions: 12  Attempts: 303  Last updated: Dec 26, 2012

Sample QuestionWhich of the following is a polynomial term?
You may need to have some paper and a pencil to work on the questions. There should not be any spacing between terms. If the term is more than 1 degree, eg, xcube, write it as x^3.
Questions: 4  Attempts: 215  Last updated: Jan 2, 2013
Complete the following questions
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Sample QuestionWhat is the greatest common factor of the polynomial 8x+14x–32?
Polynomial is an expression of more than two algebraic terms, especially the sum of several terms that contain different powers of the same variable. If you are prepared to test your knowledge try it out.
Questions: 9  Attempts: 185  Last updated: Nov 6, 2017

Sample QuestionSimplify (4x + 3) + (6x  2)
Complete the following questions
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Sample QuestionExpand 2(c^2 + 5c  3)
Complete the following questions
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Sample QuestionSimplify 3(4x^4  x^3)  5(x^4  2x^3)
Each problem is worth 1 point. When entering fillintheblank answers, do not use spaces and use the "carrot" key to enter powers. Ex: 3x^2+5x9. You may use your notes and book as a resource.Good Luck!
Questions: 20  Attempts: 145  Last updated: Jan 10, 2013

Sample QuestionClassify the polynomial by both degree and number of terms.5x4 + 7x3
This is a basic test on Polynomial. Most people see an equation where they are expected to find a missing figure, and immediately, they start getting cold feet. Do you need some extra help when it comes to these types of math...
Questions: 25  Attempts: 110  Last updated: Aug 7, 2019
Please take the following quiz after watching the you tube video on factoring polynomials.
Good Luck!
Ms. Kayla Hagel
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Sample Question((x^2)4)=
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...
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Sample QuestionWhat are variables in polynomials called?
For one, the title is self explanatory; this quiz assess your knowledge of absolutely irreducible polynomials.
In the field of mathematics, these are polynomials that are irreducible or indivisible over a complex numbe, the...
Questions: 10  Attempts: 100  Last updated: Jun 2, 2018

Sample QuestionFor a rational number to be absolutely irreducible, what field must it pass through?
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 nonnegative...
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Sample QuestionPolynomials appear in a wide variety of areas of .....
There are five questions in five minutes.ï¿½ Remember to use ^ (it's above the 6 key) to write an exponent.ï¿½ For example x squared would be x^2.ï¿½ ï¿½Make sure your answer has no spaces between characters and...
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Are you looking for an algebra polynomials practice test? There are a lot of people who have a hard time when it comes to solving math problems, but one of the first steps that one should do is ensure that they first equate the...
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Sample Question(x3 + 3x2 + 3) + (3x2 + x + 4) A. x3 + 6x2 + x + 7 B. x3 + 9x2 + x + 7 C. 2x6 + x + 7 D. 2x5  x + 7
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Sample QuestionWhich one do you like?
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Sample QuestionWhich one do you like?
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Sample QuestionWhich one do you like?
This quiz aims to let the student find the degree of each given polynomial. This can be given to Grade Six or First Year High School Students.
Questions: 10  Attempts: 36  Last updated: Sep 2, 2015