You are here

Examples of Polynomials

Some of the examples of Polynomials are given below so let us check it out one by one to know more about polynomials.

Polynomials consists of Constants (like 2, -30  or 1/2), variables (like x and y) and exponents (like 2 in x2) but only 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 .......etc are allowed

  • 4x
  • x - 4
  • 2 - 4x
  • 5x2 - 8
  • 22x2 + 44y
  • 2x + 4y + 5z
  • 4xy2 + 3x -5

 

 

Explore more Information

Examples of Acids and Bases

Examples of Acids and Bases are as follows , so let us check it out some information on Acids and Bases to know more about it.

Examples of Acids are:

  1. Hydrochloric Acid
  2. Nitric Acid
  3. Sulfuric Acid
  4. Oxalic Acid
  5. Hydrophosphoric Acid
  6. Nitrous Acid
  7. Chloric Acid
  8. Bromic Acid
  9. Fluoric Acid
  10. Chromic Acid etc...........

Examples of Bases are:

What is Monopsony and its examples ?

Definition of Monopsony

Information on definition of monopsony and its examples is given below. Monopsony is a market condition in which a single buyer substantially controls the market as a major purchaser of services or goods offered by many sellers in the market. Monopsony is one of the important concept in economics but it has both advantages and disadvantages in the over all market structures. Monopsony also has imperfect market condition.

Examples of Recycling materials

Some Examples of recycling materials are as follows. So let us check it out some points of recycling to know more about recycling materials.

Material which can be recycled are : Plastic drink bottels, chipboard, newspaper, corrugated cardboard, glass bottels, beverage cans, magazine, plastic, aluminium, paper, glass, trash etc., Find out more on advantages and disadvantages of Recycling.

Example 1: We can reuse plastic bags when we go to supermarket to buy household products.

Example 2: Paper can be recycled so it can be processed and used again and again.

Examples of Critical Supply Chain and Logistics Processes for Retailers

Some of the examples of critical supply chain and logistics processes for retailers are as follows. So let us find out some information on SCM to know more about it. 

  1. Global trade management
  2. Distributed order management
  3. Reverse Logistics (Returns)
  4. Cross border e-commerce
  5. Same day, last-mile delivery
  6. Multi-echelon inventory optimization

Find out Disadvantages and advantages of Supply Chain Management to know more about it.

What are Hardware and Software for Computers?

What are Hardware and Software for Computers? - Let us find out some of the examples of hardware and software which are listed below.

There is a difference between hardware and software but both are interconnected to each other. Hardware is the component or physical part of the computer while software can be defined as the collection of data or set of instructions which carries out specific functions of the computer.

How to Calculate Percentage

Percentage %

How to calculate percentage: It is also called as "per hundred". The symbol is %. It is very easy if we know the basic formula. By using this equation we can find out any term. So let us discuss some of the examples to know it better.

  1. Suppose we have 25% , so the formula is 25/100 = 25%
  2. For 30% , the formula is 30/100=30%
  3. If we want to find the percentage of any given term, lets say 120 so, its 10% is 12*10/100=12, similarly its 20% is 120*20/100=24 and so on.....