# How do you identify the terms in the polynomial expression, #6x^3-5x+2# and give the degree of each term?

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In the polynomial expression (6x^3 - 5x + 2), the terms are identified by breaking the expression into separate parts based on addition and subtraction. Each part is a term. The degree of each term is determined by the exponent of the variable.

- The term (6x^3) has a degree of 3.
- The term (-5x) has a degree of 1.
- The term (2) has a degree of 0.

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