If a and b are the exponents of the multiple variables in a term, then the degree of a term in the polynomial expression is given as a+b. For example, x2y5 is a term in the polynomial, the degree of the term is 2+5, which is equal to 7. Hence, the degree of the multivariate term in the polynomial is 7.

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Answer:To find the degree of the polynomial, add up the exponents of each term and select the highest sum.

If a and b are the exponents of the multiple variables in a term, then the degree of a term in the polynomial expression is given as a+b. For example, x2y5 is a term in the polynomial, the degree of the term is 2+5, which is equal to 7. Hence, the degree of the multivariate term in the polynomial is 7.

example- I} x²+x⁴= degree is equal to 4.

2} x¹+x³= degree is equal to 3.

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