# how many zeros can a polynomial of degree n have

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The first question I often ask when I meet someone new is how many zeros does that person have in their name? Well, that’s the question I’ve been asking my family and friends. It’s funny because it’s a very simple question with a very simple answer. And if you look at the equation in your head, that’s the answer you’ll get.

If you have a polynomial of degree n with n zeros, that number will always be positive because 0 equals the sum of its coefficients. If you have a polynomial of degree n with n zeros, then it will always be less than n because the first term will always be less than the sum of the rest. With the number of zeros we have in our name, its a much more complex problem and not one with a simple answer.

In a polynomial, you have a lot of possibilities, and the answer you get is dependent on how you organize your polynomial. If you have a polynomial of degree 2 and you have 2 zeros, then it is guaranteed to be greater than 2 because your polynomial is divided into 2 parts.

The number of zeros in a polynomial is roughly the number of zeros in the original variable and the number of zeros in the original variable multiplied by 2. In your case, the first term will always be less than the sum of the rest. The second term will always be less than the sum of the rest. In your case, the first term will be less than the sum of the rest. This means that your polynomial will always be less than 2.

As we learned in the previous video, polynomials can be classified into 3 different types. First kind are polynomials with only one variable and a single root. These are called degree 1 polynomials. The second kind of polynomial are polynomials with two variables. These are called degree 2 polynomials. The third kind are polynomials with three variables. These are called degree 3 polynomials.

The last type of polynomial is called degree 4 polynomials and is a number of hundred thousand digits in the base notation. The last thing that matters is that these polynomials are not only more difficult to calculate, but can also be harder to write down.

The main problem with degree 1 polynomials is that they are hard to write down. They are only as complete as needed and not as hard to remember. This means that they could just be a number of digits. This is in fact true of degree 3 polynomials. But they are not as good at writing down polynomials as degree 4 polynomials. They are less accurate, but they can be hard to remember.

The degree 4 polynomial is the one that can be written down in full. A degree 4 polynomial is an entire expression of 4 variables. One variable is enough to write a polynomial, but to express the rest of the polynomial you need the full expression.

The difference between the degree 3 and degree 3 polynomials is the number of variables that can be written in full (and therefore they are the same). The degree 3 polynomial is a polynomial that has only one variable, but can have more. Two variables are enough to write a degree 3 polynomial that has more than one variable. For instance, the degree 3 polynomial has 9 variables.

The degree 3 polynomial can be expressed as a sum of three terms.