A polynomial is a numerical expression comprising of factors, coefficients, and the activities of expansion, subtraction, increase, and non-negative number types.

What will i learn?

- Factorization
- Rationalisation

Curriculum for this course

40 Lessons
02:50:13 Hours

What Are Polynomials Part One

26 Lessons
01:56:33 Hours

- What Are Polynomials - Introduction 00:03:00
- Rationalisation - How Do We Find The Degree Of Polynomial At A Given Point 00:02:47
- Coefficient And Zero - Their Unique Relationship 00:07:40
- Factorization - Numerical One 00:03:04
- Quadratic And Cubic Polynomials Numerical Two 00:06:44
- Finding Zeros Of Polynomials Numerical Three 00:02:00
- Division Algorithms For Polynomials 00:08:57
- Division Of Polynomials 00:02:17
- Example - 2 00:05:09
- Sum On Division Polynomials 00:04:04
- Example - 4 00:05:51
- Example - 5 00:04:21
- Graph Of Quadratic Polynomials 00:02:55
- Factors By Grouping 00:04:29
- Factor Of Difference Of Two Squares 00:05:08
- Quadratic Trinomials Of Polynomials 00:06:14
- Quadratic Trinomials Sum 00:04:50
- Identities Evaluate 00:02:24
- Sum Or Difference Of Cubes Using Identities 00:03:48
- Sum 00:04:54
- Concept Of Real Numbers 00:02:37
- Sum On Rational Number 00:05:50
- More Features Of Rational Numbers 00:02:42
- More Methods 00:03:31
- Radical's Concept 00:07:11
- Numerical On Radical's Concept 00:04:06

What Are Polynomials Part Two

14 Lessons
00:53:40 Hours

- Reintroduction Of Polynomials 00:03:32
- Degree Of Polynomials 00:04:51
- Problem On Factorization 00:04:47
- More Example Of Polynomials 00:07:35
- Numerical Two Of Polynomials 00:02:18
- Numerical On Finding Cubical Polynomials 00:02:44
- Numerical Four Of Factorization Of Polynomials 00:02:46
- Numerical On Substraction 00:04:03
- Sum Of Division Numerical One 00:02:58
- More Example Of Polynomials 00:03:03
- Numerical On Factor Theorem 00:04:47
- Sum On Factor 00:03:41
- Another Concept On Factorization Of Polynomials 00:04:08
- Various Graph Of Polynomials 00:02:27

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- What Are Polynomials

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The most highest power in a univariate polynomial is called its order, or in some cases its degree. At the point when a integer number could be written as a product of two or more integers each then such numbers will be its factor.

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