# Multiplying Polynomials

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#### Creshna1c

##### New Member
[(4÷5^9)]÷(45×99)×[^78]
Good luck, from Angela

#### Harte

##### Senior Member
That's not a polynomial.

Harte

#### lamdo263

##### Active Member
[(4÷5^9)]÷(45×99)×[^78]
Good luck, from Angela
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### [(4÷5^9)]÷(45×99)×[^78] = = 0​

But I don't know if that's it, took aesthetic math on why such an answer would be such.

Under complex numbers, the yield is z = [(4÷5^9)]÷(45×99)×[^78] = = 0

I think that this is a polynomial as I took Gaw-wa's French language course on polynomials. Two really good professors, but they spoke only in French. The larger more veril of the two French profs had a large phallus and liked, "I think", to let the ladies in the audience see how big his dick was, so his antics became a point of contention. Online collage.

Galois pronounce Gaw-wa, was a great mathematician. What gets me is the square brackets capsulating the round ones, which I think means a special set relativity to that particular equation. I took lots and lots of math, but unless I'm on a project, I have trouble expressing it.

Went to utility

### Fraction calculator: 3 56/34 - 5 1/2 - HackMath.net​

https://www.hackmath.net › calculator › fraction › 34+-.

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#### lamdo263

##### Active Member
[(4÷5^9)]÷(45×99)×[^78]
Good luck, from Angela
I really really like your avatar pic.

#### Martian

##### Active Member
That's not a polynomial.

Harte
I was going to say the same, but maybe algebra gets significantly modified in the future?  Remember, scientists in the mid-1800s wouldn't recognize modern vector notation.

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#### Einstein

##### Temporal Engineer
I'm not familiar with your math. For instance what does this mean: [^78]? Using Algebra I would interpret it to mean the power of 78. But without associating it with a number it is meaningless. So please explain this to me.

Got

### [(4÷5^9)]÷(45×99)×[^78] = = 0​

But I don't know if that's it, took aesthetic math on why such an answer would be such.

Under complex numbers, the yield is z = [(4÷5^9)]÷(45×99)×[^78] = = 0

I think that this is a polynomial as I took Gaw-wa's French language course on polynomials. Two really good professors, but they spoke only in French. The larger more veril of the two French profs had a large phallus and liked, "I think", to let the ladies in the audience see how big his dick was, so his antics became a point of contention. Online collage.

Galois pronounce Gaw-wa, was a great mathematician. What gets me is the square brackets capsulating the round ones, which I think means a special set relativity to that particular equation. I took lots and lots of math, but unless I'm on a project, I have trouble expressing it.

Went to utility

### Fraction calculator: 3 56/34 - 5 1/2 - HackMath.net​

https://www.hackmath.net › calculator › fraction › 34+-.
Your first one is right your second one is the number 10

#### Creshna1c

##### New Member
I'm not familiar with your math. For instance what does this mean: [^78]? Using Algebra I would interpret it to mean the power of 78. But without associating it with a number it is meaningless. So please explain this to me.
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