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binomial
American English: /baɪˈnoʊmiəl/
British English: /bʌɪˈnəʊmɪəl/

Translation of binomial in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Al-Khwarizmi's concept of algebra can now be grasped with greater precision: it concerns the theory of linear and quadratic equations with a single unknown, and the elementary arithmetic of relative binomials and trinomials.…
    • It says ‘factor as the product of linear binomials or write prime.’
    • Foil, First-Outer-Inner-Last, refers to the distributive property for multiplying two binomials.

adjective

  • binomial
    binómico

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