What is the standard form of a polynomial #5y(y^5+8y^3)#?

1 Answer
Aug 18, 2016

Answer:

#5y^6+40y^4#

Explanation:

The first step is to distribute the bracket.

#rArr5y(y^5+8y^3)=5y^6+40y^4" in standard form"#

expressing a polynomial in standard form means writing the term with the highest power of the variable, followed by descending powers of the variable until the last term, usually a constant.

Here there are only 2 terms. The one with the highest power of the variable being #5y^6#