## How do you classify polynomials?

Types of Polynomials

1. Monomial = The polynomial with only one term is called monomial.
2. Binomial = The polynomial with two-term is called binomial.
3. Trinomial = The polynomial with three-term are called trinomial.
4. Constant Polynomial: The polynomial containing only the constant term is a constant polynomial.

## Is Pi a Monomial?

Pi is a monomial. In algebra, an algebraic expression containing only one term is called monomial. It can be a variable, number or a product of a number and variables.

## Is 2 a binomial?

It is easy to remember binomials as bi means 2 and a binomial will have 2 terms. A classic example is the following: 3x + 4 is a binomial and is also a polynomial, 2a(a+b) 2 is also a binomial (a and b are the binomial factors).

## Can a Monomial be a polynomial?

Monomial (one term) – Examples: 4, 3x, 6xy, (notice there are no plus or minus signs.) Anything with more terms than three is just classified as polynomial. But monomials, binomials, and trinomials are also polynomials because Polynomial is the “bread” or general term.

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## What makes a Monomial?

A monomial is an expression in algebra that contains one term, like 3xy. Monomials include numbers, variables or multiple numbers and/or variables that are multiplied together. Any number all by itself is a monomial, like 5 or 2,700.

## Which of the following is a binomial?

Binomial is a polynomial with only terms. For example, x + 2 is a binomial, where x and 2 are two separate terms. A binomial is an algebraic expression, that contains variable, coefficient, exponents and constant.

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## Is 5 4x 2x a Monomial?

Answer Expert Verified A Monomial only contains one term, hence the its spelling: Mono meaning one. Therefore, none of the example you gave are monomials. Hope this helps.

## What is the definition of a binomial?

1 : a mathematical expression consisting of two terms connected by a plus sign or minus sign. 2 : a biological species name consisting of two terms.