An expression consisting of two terms connected by the sign plus (+) or minus (-); as, a + b, or 7 - 3.

Consisting of two terms; pertaining to binomials; as, a binomial root.

Having two names; -- used of the system by which every animal and plant receives two names, the one indicating the genus, the other the species, to which it belongs.

event with only two possible outcomes.

Collectively, the genus name and the specific epithet name of a plant or animal; The latin, scientific name, or "species."

A taxonomic name consisting of a genus name and a specific epithet forming the species name.

The standard scientific name for an organism in Latin.

(bye nome´ ee al) • Consisting of two names; for example, the binomial nomenclature of biology which gives the name of the genus followed by the name of the species.

The two-worded Latin name scientists use to identify a genus and species, such as "Homo sapiens."

A polynomial with two terms. Example:(2x+3)

The two-part (genus and species) latinised name given to every described organism (eg Homo sapiens is the binomial for humans).

consisting of two names or terms; "binomial nomenclature"

a polynomial that consists of exactly two terms

a polynomial that has two terms

A scientific name consisting of two parts, a genus and a species

made up of two parts; first degree examples: (x+1); (x-4); (2x+3); the product of two first degree binomials, of the same variable, gives us a quadratic equation in standard form. For example: You can see more at this link: binomials.

The taxonomic naming convention for living things using two names, Genus and species, usually of Latin or Greek derivation.

polynomial consisting of two terms. e.g. 3x2 - 8

bii-NOME-ee-al) Two Latin names combined, in compliance with the system of taxonomy. Genus and species, for example.

two names (genus first, species second)

The two-part scientific Latin name used to identify plants. The first name is the genus and is a general name that may be shared by a number of related plants. The second is the species name, which refers to the name that is specific to that individual plant (i.e., Echinacea purpurea, Echinacea angustifolia).

a polynomial with exactly two terms.

In algebra, an expression consisting of the sum or difference of two monomials (see the definition of monomial), such as 4a-8b.

A formal two word name given to each species, based on the combination of a genus name and a species name.

In algebra, an expression consisting of two terms connected by a plus or minus sign, such as 4a+6.

An algebraic expression consisting of two terms (9a + 4). You could also say that it is an expression that is a sum or difference of two monomials. (Also see Monomial)

In elementary algebra, a binomial is a polynomial with two terms: the sum of two monomials. It is the simplest kind of polynomial except for a monomial.