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Rational Number:I can be written in p/q form where P and Q are integers and Q is not equal to 0.
Irrational Number:I cannot be written in p/q form where P and Q are integers and Q is not equal to 0.
Real Numbers:All the rational and irrational number form collection of _______.
Irrational:The sum of a rational and airrational no. is always __________.
Irrational:The product or quotiient of a non-zero rational number with a irrational numer is __.
Polynomial:An expression of finite length constructed from variables (also called indeterminates) and constants, using only the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and non-negative integer exponents.
Degree:Higest power of the polynomial.
Zero:The value of * in polynomial p(*) which statifies polynoial's value a 0 is called _______ of the polynomial.
Zero polynomial:The constant poynomial 0 is called the ___________.
Universaltruth:Axioms and Porstulates are obvious _______.

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Across:

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The sum of a rational and airrational no. is always __________.

5.

I can be written in p/q form where P and Q are integers and Q is not equal to 0.

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An expression of finite length constructed from variables (also called indeterminates) and constants, using only the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and non-negative integer exponents.

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The constant poynomial 0 is called the ___________.

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Higest power of the polynomial.

Down:

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I cannot be written in p/q form where P and Q are integers and Q is not equal to 0.

2.

Axioms and Porstulates are obvious _______.

4.

The value of * in polynomial p(*) which statifies polynoial's value a 0 is called _______ of the polynomial.

6.

All the rational and irrational number form collection of _______.

The sum of a rational and airrational no. is always __________.

5.

I can be written in p/q form where P and Q are integers and Q is not equal to 0.

7.

An expression of finite length constructed from variables (also called indeterminates) and constants, using only the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and non-negative integer exponents.

8.

The constant poynomial 0 is called the ___________.

9.

Higest power of the polynomial.

Down:

1.

I cannot be written in p/q form where P and Q are integers and Q is not equal to 0.

2.

Axioms and Porstulates are obvious _______.

4.

The value of * in polynomial p(*) which statifies polynoial's value a 0 is called _______ of the polynomial.

6.

All the rational and irrational number form collection of _______.