Monomial - –12 a 3 t 2 y 3 The following are expressions that are not monomials A binomial is an expression that is the sum of two monomials A

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Monomial, Binomial, and Trinomial monomial  is an expression that could be a numeral, a variable, or the product of numerals and  variables. If the expression has variables, certain restrictions apply to make it a monomial.  Variables must have whole number exponents. Variables do not appear under simplified radical expressions. Denominators do not contain variables. The following expressions are examples of monomials.
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Unformatted text preview: –12, a , 3 t 2 , , y 3 , The following are expressions that are not monomials. A binomial is an expression that is the sum of two monomials. A trinomia l is an expression that is the sum of three monomials. A polynomial is an expression that is a monomial or the sum of two or more monomials....
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