What is the difference between a monomial, binomial and polynomial?

Arely Briggs 2022-01-30 Answered
What is the difference between a monomial, binomial and polynomial?
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pripravyf
Answered 2022-01-31 Author has 12 answers
You can find the answer in the name.
A monomial is An algebraic equation where in its simplified form has only one term
A binomial is An algebraic equation where in its simplified form has only 2 terms
A Trinomial is An algebraic equation where in its simplified form has only 3
A polynomial is An algebraic equation where in its simplified form has n number of terms.
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lorugb
Answered 2022-02-01 Author has 13 answers
A monomial has no variables in its denominator and will only have one term. A binomial is the sum of two monomials and thus will have two unlike terms. A trinomial is the sum of three monomials, meaning it will be the sum of three unlike terms. A polynomial is the sum of one or more terms.
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