# Polynomials Class 9 Maths Formulas Hey, students are you looking for Polynomials Class 9 Maths Formulas? If yes. Then you are at the right place. In this post, I have listed all the formulas of Polynomials class 9 that you can use to learn and understand the concepts easily.

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## Polynomials Class 9 Maths Formulas

• "A polynomial is an algebraic expression in which the variables have non-negative integral exponents only" Ex $-3 x^{2}+4 y+2, \quad-5 x^{3}+3 x^{2}+4 x+2$
• A polynomial that contains only one variable is known as polynomial in one variable. Example $-7+3 x^{-3}$
• A polynomial that contains two variables is known as polynomial in two variables. Example- $8 x^{2}-6 x y^{2}$
• A polynomial that contains three variables is known as Polynomial in three variables. $\mathbf{E x}-3 x^{2}-4 y+z$
Degree of polvnomials - The highest exponent of the variable in a polynomial is called the degree of polynomial.

Zero Polynomial : It is a polynomial of degree zero. Example $\rightarrow 3 \rightarrow 3 x^{\circ}$

Linear Polynomial: It is a polynomial of degree one. It is of the form $a x+b$, where $a \& b$ are real numbers with $a \neq 0 . \quad$ Example $-2 x+3$

Quadratic Polynomial: It is a polynomial of degree two. It is of the form $a x^{2}+b x+c$, where $a, b, c$ are real numbers with $a \neq 0$. Example- $5 x^{2}+6 x-9$

Cubic polynomial: It is a polynomial of degree three. It is of the form $a x^{3}+b x^{2}+c x+d$, where $a, b, c \& d$ are real numbers with $a \neq 0$. Example $-4 y^{3}+9 x$

Remainder Theorem- It states that if a polynomial $P(x)$ is divided by linear polynomial $q(x)$, then the degree of the remainder must be zero i.e. it has to be a constant which may be zero.

Example -

$$3 x^{2}+x-1=(x+1) \times(3 x-2)+1$$ Dividend $=$ Divisor $\times$ Quotient $+$ Remainder

Factor Theorem- Factor theorem determines whether a polynomial $q(x)$ is a factor of a polynomial $q(x)$ or not without performing the actual division.