√3 is a polynomial of which degree?

Answer: Zero

Polynomial consists of two terms, Poly means many and Nominal means terms, respectively. A polynomial is defined as an expression made up of variables, constants and exponents, which are combined using mathematical operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

The degree of a polynomial within a polynomial is known as the highest degree of a monomial. Therefore a polynomial equation that has one variable that has the largest exponent is considered a polynomial degree.

Given: √3

√3 can be written as

√3 = √3✕ x0

The degree of the polynomial is zero since the highest degree of the polynomial is zero.

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