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1. (Original post by Mr M)
I have a meme for that.
yes Mr M !!!! is Mr M (jr) your son?
2. (Original post by Emz99)
yes Mr M !!!! is Mr M (jr) your son?
No he's just a wannabe. Isn't that the case Jr?
3. (Original post by RDKGames)
For a general polynomial function of order it is a theorem that for where are polynomial functions of their respective degrees.
What's the difference between order and degree in this context?

Also, for do you keep going down until you get to a zero power variable, e.g for is it

Also, PRSOM

Also, also,1st tex attempt, pls no bully
4. You can open up the brackets and match the coefficients of each x term to find either A or B first and then substitute the known into a simpler equation involving co-efficients that are simple like of x squared to find the other.
5. (Original post by h3rmit)
What's the difference between order and degree in this context?

Also, for do you keep going down until you get to a zero power variable, e.g for is it

Also, PRSOM

Also, also,1st tex attempt, pls no bully
I use those two terms interchangeably, I'm referring to the same thing.

What you said is true but what you've shown is not quite there.

6. (Original post by RDKGames)
I use those two terms interchangeably, I'm referring to the same thing.

What you said is true but what you've shown is not quite there.

Cheers
7. (Original post by Mr M)
No he's just a wannabe. Isn't that the case Jr?
man like Mr M

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