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Q: Is it possible to have two terms in a product when any binomial is squared?

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No, it is not.

It is not possible for a perfect square to have just 2 terms.

A binomial is a polynomial with two terms.

A binomial is a mathematical term for a polynomial with two terms.

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ang bo3 niu

No, it is not.

It is not possible for a perfect square to have just 2 terms.

binomial

A binomial is a polynomial with two terms.

No, it isn't. You can express 3x3-2x2 as 3x3-2x2+0x+0, so it actually has four terms. The definition of a binomial is an expression in the form Ax+b, where A and b are constants, so 3x3-2x2 is not a binomial. It is actually a quartomial.

binomial

A binomial is a mathematical term for a polynomial with two terms.

A binomial coefficient is a coefficient of any of the terms in the expansion of the binomial (x+y)^n.

Not in rational terms.

Yes, it is when a polynomial has two terms with a degree of 3. ex: 4x^3+7