. What is the Definition of Linear Polynomial
The polynomial line is defined as any polynomial expressed in the form of the number p (x) = ax + b, where a and b are real numbers and ≠ 0. In the polynomial line, the degree of variable is equal to 1 i.e., the highest variable exponent is 1. The linear polynomial of one variable can have two terms. A constraint that a should not be equal to 0 because when a is 0, this becomes a constant polynomial. A few examples of polynomial line are: p (x): 2x + 3, q (y): πy + √2.
Polynomial is divided into 3 different types of polynomials based on the polynomial degree.