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## Class 8 Maths Chapter 9 Exercise 9.2 Solution

Class: 8 | Mathematics |

Chapter: 9 | Algebraic Expressions and Identities |

Exercise: 9.2 | PDF and Video Solutions |

### CBSE NCERT Class 8 Maths Chapter 9 Exercise 9.2 Solution in Hindi and English Medium

### Class 8 Maths Chapter 9 Exercise 9.2 Solution in Videos

#### Degree of a Polynomial

The highest power of variable of a polynomial in one variable and the highest power of the sum of the exponents of the variables of a polynomial in more than one variable is called the degree of the polynomial.

Examples:

- Degree of 6×7 is 7. 2 3
- Degree of – 3×2 y3 is 2 + 3 = 5.
- Degree of the polynomial 4xy2 – 5×2 y2 + 3×3 y – 7 is 4.

##### To find the Value of an algebraic expression

The algebraic expressions have variables and constant terms. To find the numerical value of an algebraic expression, the values of variables should be known.

###### To find the value of an algebraic expression the following steps are required:

(i) Replace the variable with its value.

(ii) Solve each term.

(iii) Simplify the arithmetic expression.

e.g., If x = 2, y = – 1, to find the numerical value of the expression x² y – xy, we substitute the values of x and y thus, x² y – xy = (2)² (–1) – (2) (–1) = – 4 + 2 = – 2.

##### Addition of Algebraic Expressions

While adding algebraic expressions we collect the like terms and add them. The sum of several like terms is the like term whose coefficient is the sum of the coefficients of these like terms.

##### Subtraction of Algebraic Expressions

Steps:

- (i) Arrange the terms of the given expressions in the same order.
- (ii) Write the given expressions in two rows in such a way that the like terms occur one below the other, keeping the expression to be subtracted in the second row.
- (iii) Change the sign of each term in the lower row from + to – and from – to +.
- (iv) With new signs of the terms of lower row, add column

wise.

### Subtract 4a + 5b 3c from 6a 3b + c.

We have: 6a – 3b + c and 4a + 5b – 3c

6a – 3b + c – (+ 4a + 5b – 3c) = 2a – 8b + 4c

### How can you determine the degree of a polynomial?

In the case of a polynomial with more than one variable, the degree is found by looking at each monomial within the polynomial, adding together all the exponents within a monomial, and choosing the largest sum of exponents. That sum is the degree of the polynomial.

### What is the degree of linear equation?

In Algebra, the degree is the largest exponent of the variable in the given equation. … If the equation has a degree of one, it is a linear equation. In short, the degree of linear equations is always one. For example, 3x + 10 = z, has a degree 1 so it is a linear equation.