**Question:**

(i) Give an example of a monomial of degree 5.

(ii) Give an example of a binomial of degree 8.

(iii) Give an example of a trinomial of degree 4.

(iv) Give an example of a monomial of degree 0.

**Solution:**

(i) A polynomial having one term is called a monomial. Since the degree of required monomial is 5, so the highest power of *x* in the monomial should be 5.

An example of a monomial of degree 5 is $2 x^{5}$.

(ii) A polynomial having two terms is called a binomial. Since the degree of required binomial is 8 , so the highest power of $x$ in the binomial should be 8 .

An example of a binomial of degree 8 is $2 x^{8}-3 x$.

(iii) A polynomial having three terms is called a trinomial. Since the degree of required trinomial is 4, so the highest power of $x$ in the trinomial should be 4 .

An example of a trinomial of degree 4 is $2 x^{4}-3 x+5$.

(iv) A polynomial having one term is called a monomial. Since the degree of required monomial is 0 , so the highest power of $x$ in the monomial should be 0 .

An example of a monomial of degree 0 is 5 .