its a monomial.....
Binomial. Binomial. Binomial. Binomial.
monomial,binomial, trinomial, quadrinomial and quintinomial
It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial).
monomial binomial trinomial polynomial
A binomial and possibly a fraction.
They are different types of polynomials.A monomial has one term. A binomial has two terms. A trinomial has three terms. The "terms" are the individual parts, joined by plus or minus sign. A term may have a single number or variable, or several of them multiplied together.
(x + 2) is a binomial. (x2 + 2x + 1) is a trinomial
2a+7 is a binomial, because it has two terms (2a and 7).
binomial, trinomial, sixth-degree polynomial, monomial.
here is an example of a monomial: 4xy binomial: 4xy+5y trinomial: 4xy+5y-9x a monomial is just a number and a variable(or several variables) but with no addition or subtraction, multiplication or division with another term. hope that helped!
The term with the highest power(s) of the unknown variable(s) is 7x2. The power is 2 so the expression is a binomial.
x2+3x+8 is a trinomial But this quadratic equation will have no solutions because its discriminant is less than zero.
Mathematically, the question is as solid as smoke. The problem is: What does "and" mean ? Without a mathematical operation specified, we don't know how the binomial and monomial may affect each other, or what the result may be. Having a binomial "and" a monomial, all we have so far is two algebraic expressions written down on our paper. They're not equal to anything except a binomial 'and' a monomial, until we get some clear instructions on how they're supposed to be manipulated.
1 term = Monomial2 term = Binomial3 term = trinomialNo standard for 4, or any larger fixed number of terms, but "polynomial" is used when the number of terms is unknown.
A binomial has two sets and trinomial ha three sets
You divide each term of the binomial by the monomial, and add everything up. This also works for the division of any polynomial by a monomial.
No, it is a monomial.
(y10 + 2y5z3 + 4z6)
polynomials have 4 or more terms. I learned about that today in my math class. monomial =1 binomial=2 trinomial=3 polynomial=4+
Do you mean trinomial? Trinomial in algebra is a polynomial consisting of three terms or monomial.
no it is a binomial. terms in an algebriac expression are separated by addition or subtraction ( + or -) symbols and must not be like terms. then just count the terms. one term = monomial, 2 terms = binomial, 3 terms = trinomial. More than 3 terms are usually just referred to as polynomials.