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Write the polynomial 6x^2-9x^3+3/3 in standard form?

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I am assuming that the whole polynomial is divided by 3.

(6x2 - 9x3 + 3)/3       Given

6x2/3 - 9x3/3 + 3/3    Distribute the 1/3

2x2 - 3x3 + 1             Simplify the coefficients

-3x3 + 2x2 + 1          Commutative property (change the order of terms so that the exponants are decreasing)


Writing a polynomial in standard form means that it is written with the exponants going from largest to number smallest number.