Is 3 is a polynomial of degree 0?
The degree of a polynomial is the highest exponential power in the polynomial equation.
Answer: Yes, 3 is a polynomial of degree 0.
A constant polynomials (P(x) = c) has no variables. Since there is no exponent to a variable, therefore the degree is 0.
All constant polynomials have a degree of 0.
Since 3 is a constant polynomial and can be written as 3x0, it has a degree of 0.