Polynomial Formula
A polynomial formula is a formula that expresses the polynomial expression. The polynomial An expression that has two or more than two terms(algebraic terms) is known as a polynomial expression. A repetitive summation or subtraction of binomials or monomials forms a polynomial expression. A polynomial can have both like as well as unlike terms in it. Like terms in polynomials are the terms which have the same variable and same power and the terms that have different variables and different powers are known as, unlike terms. Let us see the polynomial formula in the following section along with the solved examples.
What is Polynomial Formula?
The polynomial formula has variables with different power and the highest power of the variable on solving is known as the degree of the polynomial. The polynomial formula is also known as the standard form of the polynomial where the arrangement of the variables are according tot the decreasing power of the variable in the formula. Polynomial Formula is given by:
(ax^{n}+bx^{{n1}}+cx^{{n3}}+........+sx+1)
Let's take a quick look at a couple of examples to understand the polynomial formula better.
Solved Examples Using Polynomial Formula

Example 1: Find the factors of the given polynomial formula (x^{2}+12x+36).
Solution:
To find:
factors of the polynomial
(x^{2}+12x+36)
(x^{2}+2(6)x+6^{2})
(x+6)^{2}
Answer: Factors of the polynomial (x^{2}+12x+36) are (x+6) and (x+6).

Example 2: Find the factors of the given polynomial formula (x^{2}+3x28).
Solution:
To find:
factors of the polynomial
(x^{2}+3x28)
(x^{2}+7x4x28)
(x(x+7)4(x+7)
(x4)(x+7)
Answer: Factors of the polynomial (x^{2}+11x+28) are (x4) and (x+7)