en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polynomial

A bivariate polynomial where the second variable is substituted ... for example P(
x, e<sup>x</sup>), may be called an exponential polynomial.

www.purplemath.com/modules/polydefs.htm

Here are a couple more examples: Give the degree of the following polynomial:
2x<sup>5</sup> – 5x<sup>3</sup> – 10x + 9. This polynomial has four terms, including a fifth-degree term
...

www.mathwarehouse.com/algebra/polynomial/polynomial-equation.php

Definition with examples (and non-examples) of polynomial equations and
polynomials.

tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Classes/Alg/Polynomials.aspx

So, a polynomial doesn't have to contain all powers of x as we see in the first
example. Also, polynomials can consist of a single term as we see in the third
and ...

www.mathway.com/examples/algebra/simplifying-polynomials/determining-if-the-expression-is-a-polynomial?id=745

Algebra Examples ... Determining if the Expression is a Polynomial. 0.568 0 . 5 6
8. A polynomial is a combination of terms separated using + + or − - signs.

www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/polynomials.html

example of a polynomial this one ... A polynomial can have constants, variables
and exponents, ... There are special names for polynomials with 1, 2 or 3 terms:.

www.mathway.com/examples/algebra/simplifying-polynomials

Algebra Examples. Step-by-Step Examples · Algebra. Simplifying Polynomials.
Multiplication · Simplifying · Polynomial Addition · Polynomial Subtraction ...

math.usask.ca/emr/examples/par_eg1.html

Examples: 1. 2 - 3x. 2. 5x<sup>2</sup> - 8. 3. -2.16x + 7x<sup>3</sup> - 7/2. 4. 3x<sup>5</sup> - SQRT(11)x<sup>4</sup> + 4x<sup>3</sup> + (
5/9)x<sup>2</sup> - 133x + 2. 5. 4.7x<sup>8</sup> + 3.1x<sup>3</sup> + 9x. 6. (x - 3)<sup>2</sup> + 6x + 1. This doesn't really ...

www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra/introduction-to-polynomial-expressions/add-subtract-poly-two-var/v/addition-and-subtraction-of-polynomials

If you can't get enough of Sal adding and subtracting polynomials, here's a bunch
of many more examples.

www.mesacc.edu/~pikeu/mat120/notes/polynomials/multiplying/multiplying_poly.html

Example 1 – Multiply: 3x<sup>2</sup>(4x<sup>2</sup> – 5x + 7). Step 1: Distribute each term of the first
polynomial to every term of the second polynomial. In this case, we need to ...