# What is Trinomial polynomial?

**trinomial**is a

**polynomial**consisting of three terms or monomials.

Regarding this, what is Trinomial and example?

noun. The definition of a **trinomial** is a math equation that has three terms which are connected by plus or minus notations. An **example** of **trinomial** is 6x squared + 3x + 5. **Trinomial** means the scientific name of a plant. An **example** of a **trinomial** is a name which inclues the genus, species and the variety.

One may also ask, what is the Trinomial formula? So, how do you get from 6x^{2} + 2x – 20 to (2x + 4)(3x −5)? Let's take a look. **Trinomials** in the form x^{2} + bx + c can often be factored as the product of two binomials. Remember that a binomial is simply a two-term polynomial.

Trinomial | Factor out Common Factor | Factored |
---|---|---|

y^{4} – 9y^{3} – 10y^{2} | y^{2}(y^{2} – 9y – 10) | y^{2}(y – 10)(y + 1) |

Similarly, you may ask, what is the difference between a Trinomial and a polynomial?

So the word **polynomial** refers to one or more than one term **in an** expression. The relationship **between** these terms may be sums or **difference**. You call an expression **with a** single term a monomial, an expression with two terms is a binomial, and an expression with three terms is a **trinomial**.

What is a polynomial with 5 terms?

• quartic: a fourth-degree **polynomial**, such as x^{4} or 2x^{4} – 3x^{2} + 9 (from the Latic "quartus", meaning "fourth") • quintic: a fifth-degree **polynomial**, such as 2x** ^{5}** or x

**– 4x**

^{5}^{3}– x + 7 (from the Latic "quintus", meaning "fifth")