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Q: What is a binomial?

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The binomial theorem describes the algebraic expansion of powers of a binomial, hence it is referred to as binomial expansion.

There is no such thing. The Normal (or Gaussian) and Binomial are two distributions.

Read the instructions that accompany the table: they do not all have exactly the same layout.

For the binomial, it is independent trials and a constant probability of success in each trial.For the Poisson, it is that the probability of an event occurring in an interval (time or space) being constant and independent.

you can. i am in algebra II and that's what i was taught

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A binomial is a polynomial with two terms.

yes a binomial is a polynomial

yes a binomial is a polynomial

2 a2 is a monomial, not a binomial but 2 + a2 is a binomial, so is 2 - a2 .

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

A binomial system is binomial nomenclature which is the formal system of naming specific species.

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