Is a binomial also a polynomial?
yes a binomial is a polynomial
It is a binomial, which is also a polynomial.
A binomial is a polynomial with exactly 2 terms.
A binomial is a polynomial with two terms.
It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial). It is a polynomial (monomial).
a binomial has two parts and a trinomial has three parts
The only difference is that a binomial has two terms and a polynomial has three or more terms.
It is binomial
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.
4-3x is a binomial, and therefore a polynomial.
A polynomial with two terms is called a binomial.
If the quotient of a certain binomial and 20x2 is is the polynomial
Binomial has two references: # Biology: taxonomic # Math: a polynomial with two terms
What type of polynomial is formed by adding a second degree binomial to a fourth degree monomial. State the degree of this polynomial?
A fourth degree polynomial.
monomial binomial trinomial polynomial
Yes, specifically a binomial.
A binomial is the sum of two monomials. A trinomial is the sum of three monomials. A polynomial is the sum of one or more monomials. A binomial is the sum of two monomials. A trinomial is the sum of three monomials. A polynomial is the sum of one or more monomials. A binomial is the sum of two monomials. A trinomial is the sum of three monomials. A polynomial is the sum of one… Read More
I think it's a binomial.
Do the division, and see if there is a remainder.
Two monomials would be a Binomial or Polynomial.
2a+7 is a binomial, because it has two terms (2a and 7).
A polynomial discriminant is defined in terms of the difference in the roots of the polynomial equation. Since a binomial has only one root, there is nothing to take its difference from and so in such a situation, the discriminant is a meaningless concept.
binomial, trinomial, sixth-degree polynomial, monomial.
An expression with two terms is called a binomial.
this term 2x is not a polynomial. this term is a monomial. since only one term was listed it can not be a polynomial. A polynomial is like four or more terms. a trinomial is three terms and a binomial is two terms.
two factors is a binomial three factors is a trinomial four of more is a polynomial the product of any of these is just a polynomial
A binomial is a polynomial with only two numbers, with at least one being a variable. Example: 2x + 6, 3x - 2, etc.
(x2-3x-10) divided by (x+2)
(x + 2) is a binomial. (x2 + 2x + 1) is a trinomial
monomial,binomial, trinomial, quadrinomial and quintinomial
Yes, but that is not the only property used.
Suppose you have a polynomial, p(x) = a0 + a1x + a2x^2 + a3x^3 + ... + anx^n then (ax - b) is a factor of the polynomial if and only if p(b/a) = 0
That's called a binomial. "Bi" means two.
polynomials have 4 or more terms. I learned about that today in my math class. monomial =1 binomial=2 trinomial=3 polynomial=4+
There are 2 terms in a binomial. You can be sure of this because the word "bi" means 2, just the same as the word "tri" (like in the term trinomial) means 3. A binomial is a polynomial which is a sum of 2 terms.
It is a linear expression, a binomial expression, an algebraic expression, a polynomial expression.
They are both made up of monomials. Binomial is a type of polynomial with only two terms. So almost everything that applies to polynomial applies to a binomial. For example, both are finite sums of monomials.. Both have only positive or zero exponents on all the terms.
if the 5x2y means 5x2y + 4x - 6 then yes it is a binomial but if the 5x2y means 5x * 2y + 4x - 6 then no it is not a binomial a nomial means one degree. a binomial means something to the second power. a polynomial means anything that has a 3rd power and greater.
Yes, it is when a polynomial has two terms with a degree of 3. ex: 4x^3+7
You multiply each term of one binomial by each term of the other binomial. In fact, this works for multiplying any polynomials: multiply each term of one polynomial by each term of the other one. Then add all the terms together.
Yes! Also, 0 is a polynomial.
A binomial is an algebraic expression of the sum or the difference of two terms. A polynomial is an expression of more than two algebraic terms, esp. the sum of several terms that contain different powers of the same variable(s). The degree of a polynomial is the highest degree of its terms. Now that we have the definitions and the correct spellings out of the way, the answer to your question is a qualified no… Read More
this is called a binomial... Ex. 2x + 2 3x2 - x 5x = 5
Yes, it can be considered a polynomial with one term.
Is two terms a polynomial if the definition says more than two terms. Is a bi-nomial not part of the set of polynomials?
Two terms is a binomial. More than two terms is a polynomial. Binomials are not part of the set of polynomials.
9x5 -- 2x3 -- 8y+ 3 This polynomial has four terms, including a fifth-degree term, a third-degree term, a first-degree term, and a constant term. This is a fifth-degree polynomial. 4b4 + 9w2 + z This polynomial has three terms, including a fourth-degree term, a second-degree term, and a first-degree term. There is no constant term. This is a fourth-degree polynomial. a one-term polynomial, such as 6x or 3x^2, may also be called a "monomial"… Read More
Is also a number or polynomial.
Yes, as unreal numbers are constants and are expressed as binomials (2+3i) is a binomial and is also a constant.
How is dividing a polynomial by a binomial similar to or different from the long division you learned in elementary school Can understanding how to do one kind of division help you with the other?
Your dividing with variables now.
It is a polynomial of degree one in x, and also a polynomial of degree one in y.
The sum of two polynomials is always a polynomial. Therefore, it follows that the sum of more than two polynomials is also a polynomial.