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Binomial

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Binomial

A binomial is a polynomial with exactly two terms. Below are some examples of binomials. 2x2,z15,x+y\begin{gathered} 2x-2, \quad z-\frac{1}{5}, \quad x+y \end{gathered} Binomials involve the sum of two monomial terms.