How to Add Polynomials of a Single Variable?

Answer Polynomials contain variables with integer exponents; if an equation has negative or fractional exponents, it is not a polynomial. A single-variable polynomial includes one or more terms composed o... Read More »

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The Difference Between a Variable & Polynomials?

One of the most confusing parts of algebra to tackle is the multitude of foreign sounding terms it contains. As if abstract math were not hard enough, in order to understand algebraic concepts and ... Read More »

How to Factor Polynomials With a Front Variable?

Although factoring polynomials possessing a front variable are less involved than factoring those with a front coefficient, the process can still be tricky and often time-consuming for beginners. P... Read More »

How to Solve for One Variable in Terms of Another Variable?

An equation with multiple variables, or a multivariate equation, is as dependent on those variables as the variables are on each other. Often, as with a system of linear equations or solution of a ... Read More »

Why do people say 'You should've kept your legs shut!' to women/single mothers, but not to men/single fathers?

When I was growing up my Father told me not to do anything that I couldn't do in front of my mother. During my Junior year in High School he told me that when dating one of us had to keep our pant... Read More »