# binomial

[bahy-noh-mee-uh l]

## Origin of binomial

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### Historical Examples of binomial

A binomial in algebra is a quantity consisting of two terms.

OrthographyElmer W. Cavins

The dot is used to indicate that the root of the binomial (not of 136 alone) is called for.

William OughtredFlorian Cajori

You might as well try to rush the Proof of the Binomial Theorem.

The Eulogy of Richard JefferiesWalter Besant

Review the method of finding the square root of a binomial surd.

A Review of AlgebraRomeyn Henry Rivenburg

(a) Write the middle term of the expansion of by the binomial theorem.

A Review of AlgebraRomeyn Henry Rivenburg

## binomial

## Word Origin for binomial

C16: from Medieval Latin binōmius from bi- 1 + Latin nōmen name

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## binomial

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