A single algebraic expression; that is, an expression unconnected with any other by the sign of addition, substraction, equality, or inequality.
Consisting of but a single term or expression.
a constant, a variable, or the product of a constant and one or more variables
an algebraic expression that is either a numeral, a variable, or the product of numerals and variables
a one-termed expression
a polynomial that consists of exactly one term
a polynomial with only one term
a product of positive integer powers of a fixed set of variables, for example, , , or
a term in a polynomial, or equivalently, a polynomial of one term
In the variables , , , a monomial is an expression of the form axmynzk, is which , , and are nonnegative integers and is a constant (e.g., 5 2, 3 or 7 yz
An algebraic expression that is a single term of a polynomial; monomials are constants or the product of a constant and one or more variables raised to whole-number powers. The letter used to represent the set of natural numbers or counting numbers.
In the variables x, y, z, a monomial is an expression of the form ax , in which m, n, and are nonnegative integers and is a constant (e.g., 5x , 3x or 7x yz ).
An algebraic expression consisting of a single term.
A constant (a number), a variable, or a product of constants and/or variables.
A monomial is an algebraic expression that does not involve any additions or subtractions.
a polynomial with exactly one term.
An algebraic expression that is the product of a constant and a variable.
A polynomial with one term. It is a number, a variable, or the product of a number (the coefficient) and one or more variables. Examples: -1/4, x2, 4a2b, -1.2, 7x3yz2 ).
In mathematics, a monomial (or mononomial) is a particular kind of polynomial, having just one term. Given a natural number n and a variable x, the power function defined by the rule f(x)=xn is therefore a monomial. Given several unknown variables (say, x, y, z) and corresponding natural number exponents (say, a, b, c), the product of the resulting univariate monomials is also a monomial (e.g., the function determined by the rule f(x)=xaybzc).