#### Binomial equation

## What is an example of a binomial?

Binomial is defined as a math term meaning two expressions connected by a plus or minus sign. An example of a binomial is x – y. An example of a binomial is Canis familiaris, the scientific name for dog.

## What is Q in the binomial formula?

Each piece of the formula carries specific information and completes part of the job of computing the probability of x successes in n independ only-2-event (success or failure) trials where p is the probability of success on a trial and q is the probability of failure on the trial.

## What is binomial theorem used for?

The theorem and its generalizations can be used to prove results and solve problems in combinatorics, algebra, calculus, and many other areas of mathematics. The binomial theorem also helps explore probability in an organized way: A friend says that she will flip a coin 5 times.

## What is a binomial in math?

In algebra, a binomial is a polynomial that is the sum of two terms, each of which is a monomial. It is the simplest kind of polynomial after the monomials.

## What are binomial words?

A binomial pair is an expression containing two words which are joined by a conjunction (usually and or or). The word order of a binomial pair is usually fixed. Here are some of the most common binomials, split into five categories: 1. Binomial pairs joined by and.

## Is 2x a binomial?

Examples of a binomial are This expression has two terms , ‘x^{2}‘ and x’ that are not like . This expression actually can be simplified to x + 5 which is an expression that has two unlike terms. On the other hand, x+2x is not a binomial because x and 2x are like terms and can be reduced to 3x which is only one term.

## What is q1 P?

q = 1 – p = probability of failure in one trial. Example: You are taking a 10 question multiple choice test.

## What does nPr mean on calculator?

nPr(n, r) The number of possibilities for choosing an ordered set of r objects (a permutation) from a total of n objects. Definition: nPr(n,r) = n! / (n-r)! nCr(n, r) The number of different, unordered combinations of r objects from a set of n objects.

## What is C in probability formula?

The number of combinations of n objects taken r at a time is determined by the following formula: C(n,r)=n!

## What are two Binomials?

A polynomial with two terms is called a binomial; it could look like 3x + 9. It is easy to remember binomials as bi means 2 and a binomial will have 2 terms. A classic example is the following: 3x + 4 is a binomial and is also a polynomial, 2a(a+b) ^{2} is also a binomial (a and b are the binomial factors).