# Degree of Polynomials

## Original question text:

How to find the degree of polynomials?

For this question. (2x^3 - 2x^2 +14 - 10) - (10x^3-7x^2-10x+10)the answer is -8x^3 + 5x^2 +14x - 20Is the degree 3?thanks!## How can Algebrator help you with this problem?

Algebrator can easily solve problems such as the one you posted on Yahoo Answers.

Finding the Degree of a Polynomial is one of the many tasks available on the Wizard menu.

I have started by entering the Polynomial substraction as the answer you post is not correct.

An example using your data is described below.

After entering the problem, I clicked on "Solve step" and the first step of the solution process showed up. Clicking on the "Explain" button

displays the explanation corresponding to that specific step, as shown in the image below:

Further simplification is not possible.

Finding the Degree of a Polynomial is one of the many tasks available on the Wizard menu.

An example using your data is described below.

You first start by entering the Polynomial and then press "Solve" button.

Finally, Algebrator gives you the result with an explanation.

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