What is the standard form polynomial representing the volume of this shipping container?

The image shows a blue shipping container with the numbers:

4×2 + 3x(along the length of the bottom)

x2 – 8 (Along the bottom of the ‘front’)

6x + 15 (going up the length of the ‘front’)

standard form polynomialrepresenting thevolumeof this shipping container is determined as: 24x^5 + 78x^4 – 147x^3 – 624x^2 – 360x.## What is a Standard Form Polynomial?

standard form polynomialis apolynomial expressionwritten whereby the term with the highest degree or power on avariableis written first in the expression, followed by the least, then the constant of thepolynomialcomes last.Volume of a Rectangular Prism?Volume of a rectangular prism= (length)(width)(height).rectangular prismwith the following dimensions:Volumeof container = (4x² + 3x)(x² – 8 )(6x + 15)ExpandVolumeof container = 24x^5 + 78x^4 – 147x^3 – 624x^2 – 360xvolumeof arectangular prism, thestandard form polynomialrepresenting thevolumeof this shipping container is determined as: 24x^5 + 78x^4 – 147x^3 – 624x^2 – 360x.volume of rectangular prismon: