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### Definition of Trinomials

**1.** trinomial [n] - See also: trinomial

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### Literary usage of Trinomials

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**1.** *Elementary Algebra* by Herbert Ellsworth Slaught, Nels Johann Lennes (1915)

"Case VI: **trinomials** OF THE FORM x2+px + 105. ... Determine whether the following
**trinomials** can be factored by inspection : 1. x2 + 7 x + 12. ..."**2.** *The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology* by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1884)

"OU and of the AOU would both be subserved by an alliance in this particular.
Very truly yours, n. February 20. 1884. ELLIOTT COUES. Are **trinomials** Necessary ..."**3.** *Handbook of Mathematics for Engineers and Engineering Students* by Joseph Claudel (1906)

"... real values of x the smallest value of y is — , and since for this minimum
value the radical becomes 0, we have x = — •=— Thus the **trinomials** 2 a 3 x? ..."**4.** *School Algebra* by Henry Lewis Rietz (1915)

"Find three **trinomials** which are perfect squares and which have ... These **trinomials**
can usually be factored by inspection. EXERCISES From the following, ..."**5.** *Elementary Algebra: First[-second] Year Course* by Arthur Schultze, Florian Cajori, Letitia Rebekah Odell (1905)

"QUADRATIC **trinomials** OF THE FORM pj 115. According to § 66, 20 я? is the ...
be able to find the proper factors of simple **trinomials** at the first trial. ..."**6.** *First-year Mathematics for Secondary Schools* by Ernst Rudolph Breslich (1915)

"(5z Factoring **trinomials** of the Form ax'+bx+c 399. The **trinomials** found in
exercises 1-7, § 398, are all of the same form: 0z2+6z+c. ..."**7.** *Elements of Geometry* by Adrien Marie Legendre (1825)

"... as + 2 a, — Sab, &c. binomials to those which consist of two, as a -f- 6, a —
6, 5 a — 2 a;, &x. **trinomials** to those which consist of three terms, ..."