## CBSE Class 10 Maths Worksheet Chapter 2 Polynomials - Download Free PDF With Solution

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## FAQs on CBSE Class 10 Maths Worksheet Chapter 2 Polynomials - PDF

1. What are the general four polynomials?

**They are :**

Zero polynomial

Linear polynomial

Quadratic polynomial

Cubic polynomial

2. How do you easily solve polynomials?

Any polynomial can be solved by the correct usage of basic algebraic and factorisation concepts, which includes setting the right-hand side as 0.

3. Can 8 be considered a polynomial?

Though not a polynomial, it can be written as one in the form of 8x^{0} or as 0x^{2} +0x + 8, which is representative of the polynomial expression. Hence, we can also consider 8 - a whole number - as a polynomial.