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Q:
# select true statements. (-10x^(2)+5x+3)/(2x^(2)+4)Answers are The numerator has 3 termsThe denominator includes a coefficient of 4The denominator includes a coefficient of 2The numerator has 2 termsThe numerator includes a coefficient of 3

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A:

The correct answers for the exercise shown above, are:

- The numerator has 3 terms:

the first term is:-10x^2

the second term is: 5x

the third term is: 3

- The denominator includes a coefficient of 4:

2x^2+4

- The denominator includes a coefficient of 2:

2x^2+4

- The numerator includes a coefficient of 3:

-10x^2+5x+3

- The numerator has 3 terms:

the first term is:-10x^2

the second term is: 5x

the third term is: 3

- The denominator includes a coefficient of 4:

2x^2+4

- The denominator includes a coefficient of 2:

2x^2+4

- The numerator includes a coefficient of 3:

-10x^2+5x+3