By using division, multiplication, addition or subtraction
Because division and multiplication are mutually inverse operations.
Yes. An abacus is like an array so therefore it is possible to use it for multiplication up to the number of rods, and is able to be used for division by separating the beads.
Other than multiplication by 0 or by its own reciprocal, it if often not possible. Try it with pi, if you think otherwise.
No, it is not.
Yes, as unreal numbers are constants and are expressed as binomials (2+3i) is a binomial and is also a constant.
The binomial distribution is a discrete probability distribution. The number of possible outcomes depends on the number of possible successes in a given trial. For the Poisson distribution there are Infinitely many.
A binomial experiment is a experiment that consists of repeated trails, with two possible outcomes. An example of this would be a coin toss.Ê
There are an infinity of possible answers: involving addition, sutraction, multiplication, division, powers, roots and a host of other mathematical operations. One of the simplest is 251 + 1
It is not possible for a perfect square to have just 2 terms.