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. A polynomial is a numerical expression comprising of factors, coefficients, and the activities of expansion, subtraction, increase, and non-negative number types.
Section 1: What Are Polynomials part One
Section 2: What Are Polynomials Part Two