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Is -4x + 2 a monomial, binomial, or trinomial?

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  1. josefelk Group Title
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    bi

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    monomial......because of equation have 1 degree

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    monomial because it has one veriable

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    yeah.......

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  5. josefelk Group Title
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    no it's a binomial

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    we have two terms.

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    @ josefelk...... how it can?

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    we can see it as -4x+2y^0

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    |dw:1337352793676:dw|

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    no its abionomial because the 2 doesnt have a variable

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    ohhhh..! dear josefelk...! is 2 not constant???

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    Monomial: An expression containing only one term is called a monomial. Example: 7, x, 7x, -6x, ab, etc. A monomial is a number, a variable, or the product of a number and one or more variables with whole number exponents. monomial is a single term which has no plus sign (+) or minus sign (-). Not a monomial: 8 + x, 2/n, 5x, a-1, Öx, -3x-3, x2.5 Binomial: An expression containing two terms is called a binomial. Examples: 7x+5, 6y-p, etc.

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    yes true

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    7x+5 is the same thing

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    yes

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    so it's a binomial

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    so its a binomial according to the thing i got of the internet

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    yes

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    exactly

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