Explanation: The leading coefficient is the number that is to the left of the term with the largest exponent, which in this case is 2. The term 3x^2 is the leading term with the coefficient of 3. This is why the leading coefficient is 3 for choice A, choice C, and choice E. Choice B has a leading coefficient of -3 so we can rule that out. Choice D has a leading coefficient of 3, but the constant term is NOT -2. Instead the constant term is +2, so we can rule out choice D as well. The other choices that haven't been eliminated all have 3x^2 somewhere in them, as well as the constant term -2. The other x term isn't relevant to the restrictions placed in the instructions.
0= 3x^2 + 2x -2
0= -3x +3x^2 -2
0= -1x -2 + 3x^2
term of –2? Check all that apply. 0 = 3x2 + 2x – 2 0 = –2 – 3x2 + 3 0 = –3x + 3x2 – 2 0 = 3x2 + x + 2 0 = –1x – 2 + 3x2. See answers (2)
0 = 3x² + 2x - 2
Perfect example of a leading coefficient (coefficient of the highest degree term) of 3 and a constant term (degree zero) of -2. CHECK ME
0 = -2 - 3x² + 3
That has a leading coefficient of -3 and a constant of -2+3=1, so don't check me.
0 = -3x + 3x² - 2
CHECK ME. The order we write the terms doesn't matter; the leading coefficient is on the highest degree, 3x² here. The constant is -2.
0 = 3x² + x + 2
The leading coefficient is indeed 3 but the constant is a positive two, don't check me.
0 = -1x - 2 + 3x²
CHECK ME. Again, the written order of the terms doesn't matter; it's the degree that matters.
A. 0 = 3x2 + 2x – 2
C. 0 = –3x + 3x2 – 2
E. 0 = –1x – 2 + 3x2
Answer choices a,c,e, are correct
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