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- For the scientific naming of living things, see binomial nomenclature.
- See binomial (disambiguation) for a list of other meanings.
The product of two binomials a + b and c + d is obtained by distributing twice:
The square of a binomial a + b is
and the square of the binomial a - b is
The binomial a2 - b2 can be factored as the product of two other binomials:
A binomial is linear if it is of the form
A complex number is a binomial of the form
where i is the square root of minus one.
The product of a pair of linear binomials a x + b and c x + d is:
A binomial a + b raised to the nth power, represented as
- completing the square
- binomial distribution
- binomial coefficient.
- The list of factorial and binomial topics contains a large number of related links.
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