2 is a polynomial of which degree?
Degree of a polynomial is the greatest power of a variable in the polynomial equation.
Answer: 2 is a zero-degree polynomial.
Let's solve this step by step.
We know that polynomials are mathematical expressions that have some variables (mostly x).
Now, if '2' is to be considered as a polynomial, then we do not have any variable here.
Given that '2' is a constant number we can represent it as 2x0
Hence, 2 is a zero-degree polynomial.
Thus, 2 is a zero-degree polynomial.