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# Algebra Intermediate - Factoring Polynomials [Step 1: Greatest Common Factor]

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A monomial refers to one term or one number. “10” is a monomial (mono stands for “1”) as it is one term. Now if you have a problem that has two monomials in a math equation such as: 10 + 5, both “10” and “5” are monomials but since they both appear in a math equation (shown by the addition symbol) they are together referred to as binomials (bi stands for “2”). When you have three monomials linked together in a math equation such as: 10 + 5 + 7, each by itself is a monomial but together in the equation they are referred to as a “trinomial” (tri stands for “3”).

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Author:  Christine G. Broome