Terminology of polynomial, Mathematics

Terminology of polynomial

Next we need to get some terminology out of the way.

Monomial polynomial

A monomial is a polynomial which consists of exactly one term. 

Binomial polynomial

A binomial is a polynomial which consists of exactly two terms.

Trinomial polynomial

 Finally, a trinomial is a polynomial which consists of exactly three terms. 

We will utilize these terms off and on so that you should probably be at least somewhat familiar with them.

Adding, subtracting and multiplying polynomials

This is probably best done along a couple of examples.

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