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**monomial**, also called power product, is a product of powers of variables with nonnegative integer exponents, or, in other words, a product of variables, possibly with repetitions. The**constant**1 is a**monomial**, being equal to the empty product and x^{0}for any variable x.In this manner, what is a Monomial in math?

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**monomial**is an expression in algebra that contains one term, like 3xy.**Monomials**include: numbers, whole numbers and variables that are multiplied together, and variables that are multiplied together.What is the difference between Monomial trinomial and binomial?

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**. An expression with more than three terms is named simply by its number of terms. For example a polynomial with five terms is called a five-term polynomial.How do you do Monomials?

**When you multiply monomials, you will need to perform two steps:**

- Multiply the coefficients (Numbers)
- Multiply the variables. (Use the laws of exponents when necessary)