## binomial

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• Info In algebra, a binomial is a polynomial which is the sum of two terms, which are monomials. more...
• The common name for each species will be followed by its binomial name.
• The two words are often used as the second word of a binomial name.
• The common name for each species is followed by its binomial name.
• They are often used as the second word of a binomial name.
• The species name is also called a binomial, that is, a two-term name.
• The word is also used in the binomial names of several species.
• Who has anything new to say about the binomial theorem at this late date?
• It could not be given an official binomial name until more about its classification is known.
• The first part of the binomial, the genus name, is always written with an initial capital letter.
• Each species is listed, with its binomial name and notes on its distribution where this is limited.
• There are more species with as yet no assigned binomial names.
• This is a rare case in which the common name has been more stable than the binomial.
• Species names consist of a genus part and a species part to create a binomial name.
• The full binomial name must be unique within a kingdom.
• Many nurseries use common names rather than the binomial name, which can lead to confusion.
• The binomial name should generally be written in full.
• These binomials could serve as a label to refer to the species.
• The beta-binomial distribution is a good example of how this process works.
• Both of them published binomial square principle at the same year, independently.
• However, as the example below shows, the binomial test is not restricted to this case.

### Meaning of binomial

• noun (mathematics) a quantity expressed as a sum or difference of two terms; a polynomial with two terms
• adjective Of or relating to or consisting of two terms
binomial expression