
Definition of Monomial
1. n. A single algebraic expression; that is, an expression unconnected with any other by the sign of addition, substraction, equality, or inequality.
2. a. Consisting of but a single term or expression.
Definition of Monomial
1. Adjective. Relative to an algebraic expression consisting of one term. ¹
2. Noun. (mathematics) A single term consisting of a product of variables with positive integer exponents. ¹
3. Noun. (mathematics) A single term consisting of a product of numbers and variables with positive integer exponents. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Monomial
1. an algebraic expression consisting of a single term [n S]
Medical Definition of Monomial
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Literary usage of Monomial
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1. Elementary Algebra by Herbert Ellsworth Slaught, Nels Johann Lennes (1915)
"Case I: monomial FACTORS ax + ay + az = a(x +y + z). 95. Common monomial Factors.
If the terms of a polynomial contain a common monomial factor, ..."
2. Academic Algebra by Wooster Woodruff Beman, David Eugene Smith (1902)
"MULTIPLICATION OF A POLYNOMIAL BY A monomial 61. I. When the monomial is a positive
integer, as in the case of a(b — c). First, to take a simple case, ..."
3. A Treatise on Algebra by Charles Smith (1893)
"The highest common factor of monomial expressions. The highest common factor of
two or more monomial expressions can be found by inspection. ..."
4. Elementary Algebra by George William Myers, George Edward Atwood (1916)
"The monomial factor is the greatest common factor of the coefficients multiplied
by the lowest ... When the monomial factor is one term of the polynomial, ..."
5. The University Algebra by John Fair Stoddard, William Downs Henkle (1866)
"To raise a monomial to the nth power. RULE. Multiply all the exponents contained
in the monomial by the index of the power, and prefix + to ..."
6. Junior High School Mathematics by Edson Homer Taylor (1919)
"Multiplying a polynomial by a monomial. 1. Using dots, show the sum of 5 dots
and 7 dots. 2. With dots show 3 times the sum of 5 dots and 7 dots. 3. ..."