Monomials
A Monomial is defined as an algebraic expression which has exactly one term.
Its general
form can be written as Axmyn where, A is the coefficient, x, y are the variables and m, n are its
exponents.
Monomials can include numbers, numbers and...
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Monomials
A Monomial is defined as an algebraic expression which has exactly one term.
Its general
form can be written as Axmyn where, A is the coefficient, x, y are the variables and m, n are its
exponents.
Monomials can include numbers, numbers and variables combined together by multiplication or
variables combined by multiplication.
An algebraic expression which contains only one term is called a monomial.
For example, −7z,8xy,a2b3 are some examples of monomials.
What is a Monomial?
An expression of the form axn is called a monomial in x .
Here,
a is a known number, called the "coefficient of x"
x is a variable
n is a non-negative integer, called the "degree of the monomial".
mono means "one".
A monomial contains only one term and it has no positive or negative sign.
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