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Trinomial Meaning and Definition from Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
    Trinomial \Tri*no"mi*al\, a. (Nat. Hist.) Consisting of, or involving the use of, three terms; as, a trinomial systematic name specifying the genus, species, and variety.
Trinomial Meaning and Definition from Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
    Trinomial \Tri*no"mi*al\, n. [Pref. tri- + -nomial as in binomial: cf. F. trin[^o]me.] (Math.) A quantity consisting of three terms, connected by the sign + or -; as, x + y + z, or ax + 2b - c^2.
Trinomial Meaning and Definition from Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
    Trinomial \Tri*no"mi*al\, a. (Math.) Consisting of three terms; of or pertaining to trinomials; as, a trinomial root.
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  • Trinomial: In elementary algebra , a trinomial is a polynomial consisting of three terms or monomial s. Trinomial expressions : 3x + 5y + 8z with x, y, ...
  • Trinomial nomenclature: In biology, trinomial nomenclature refers to names for taxa below the rank of species. This is different for animals and plants: ...
  • Trinomial expansion: In mathematics , a trinomial expansion is the expansion of a power of a sum of three terms into monomial s. The expansion is given by ...
  • Trinomial tree: The Trinomial tree is a lattice based computational model used in financial mathematics to price options . It was developed by Phelim ...
  • Elkies trinomial curves: In number theory , the Elkies trinomial curves are certain hyperelliptic curve s constructed by Noam Elkies which have the property that ...

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