The degree of the differential equation is not defined if it is not polynomial.

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The degree of the differential equation is not defined if it is not polynomial.
 
(a) True
 
(b) False
 
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Editor">Editor Staff answered 11 months ago

The correct answer is (a) True
 
The explanation: The given statement is true. The degree of a differential equation is defined only when the differential equation is a polynomial in its derivatives. The degree of a D.E will not be defined if it is not polynomial.