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No, it's not a binomial. (x + 5) is an example of a binomial. A binomial has more than one term. Just look at the word binomial and you will know why. Bi means two.2xy is a monomial. Mono means one.

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Neither of those expressions is a binomial. [ 2y + 2xy ] is a binomial.

Monomial.

(x + y)2 = x2 + 2xy + y2

âˆš18xy = âˆš(9*2xy) = âˆš9*âˆš2xy = 3*âˆš(2xy)

4xy - 2xy

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Neither of those expressions is a binomial. [ 2y + 2xy ] is a binomial.

Monomial.

(x + y)2 = x2 + 2xy + y2

2xy

(2xy)x=2x2y

Since 2xy is a factor of 2x2y, it is automatically the GCF.

2xy + 6xy = 8xy

(x + 4y)(x - 6y)

âˆš18xy = âˆš(9*2xy) = âˆš9*âˆš2xy = 3*âˆš(2xy)

The three terms are: -3xy2, 2xy and -4y3

4xy - 2xy

3xy and 2xy. You can see that 3xy and 2xy have something in common with each other. They both have xy and the end of them. Hope this helped.