Q: Who discovered trinomial nomenclature?

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Carolus Linnaeus

Carl von Linnaeus

A trinomial is an equation of the form ax2 + bx + c. This is not just in statistics, it is in all of math and science. When they say trinomial, this is what they mean.

A trinomial is perfect square if it can be factored into the form

a trinom may be considered as a trinomial..trinom is an apocopation of the word trinomial..

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Carolus Linnaeus

Binomial nomenclature. In instances in which more than Genus species is necessary to accurately name an organism, the system is sometimes dubbed "Trinomial nomenclature," or even "Quadrunomial nomenclature." However, the textbook answer is Binomial nomenclature.

Carl von Linnaeus

A name with three words, the third is usually the subspecies. For example, Lagopus lagopus is a species of grouse. A subspecies of this is Lagopus lagopus scoticus (the red grouse)

Binomial nomenclature. In instances in which more than Genus species is necessary to accurately name an organism, the system is sometimes dubbed "Trinomial nomenclature," or even "Quadrunomial nomenclature." However, the textbook answer is Binomial nomenclature.

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A trinomial is a polynomial with three unlike terms. Ex3n + 7x + 8y6xy is a trinomial?false . . . .A+

no- by definition, a trinomial has exactly three terms.

A trinomial is an equation of the form ax2 + bx + c. This is not just in statistics, it is in all of math and science. When they say trinomial, this is what they mean.

the degree of trinomial is the sum of the variables exponents

That trinomial is unfactorable (the roots are not integers).