Q: When you divide polynomials is it a binomial or a monomial?

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You use long division of polynomials.

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.

Monomial.

Monomial. Monomial. Monomial. Monomial.

Binomial. Binomial. Binomial. Binomial.

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You use long division of polynomials.

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.

binomial, trinomial, sixth-degree polynomial, monomial.

Monomial.

Monomial. Monomial. Monomial. Monomial.

Monomial.

Monomial.

its a 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.

polynomials have 4 or more terms. I learned about that today in my math class. monomial =1 binomial=2 trinomial=3 polynomial=4+

Binomial. Binomial. Binomial. Binomial.

No, it is a monomial.