Which is true about the polynomial y2 – 3y + 12?

Trinomial of degree 2 Step-by-step explanation: The given expression cannot be reduce any further as far as number of terms (there are no like terms in it), so it is a trinomial. Also, the largest power for the variable init (y) is the power 2, therefore it is a trinomial of degree 2.

I believe it is a trinomial with a degree of 3. You must add the 2 and ‘imaginary’ 1 on the 3y. Which would be a degree of 3. Then it has 3 terms so a trinomial.

If the 2 next to the y is an exponent then the answer is number 3. its a trinomial with a degree of 2

It is a trinomial ( a polynom with 3 terms) and degree of 2 (highest power of y is 2)

The answer to the question is y^2 -3y +12

Answer 6

It has 3 terms (y^2) and (-3y) and (12)…therefore, it is a trinomial. The degree of a polynomial with 1 variable is the highest exponent…so it has a degree of 2. But if it had more then 1 variable, it would be different. answer is : trinomial with a degree of 2

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