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See also: polynômial
poly- + -nomial, from νομός (nomós, “portion, part”), by analogy with binomial.
polynomial (plural polynomials)
- (algebra, strict sense) An expression consisting of a sum of a finite number of terms, each term being the product of a constant coefficient and one or more variables raised to a non-negative integer power, such as .
- (taxonomy) A taxonomic designation (such as of a subspecies) consisting of more than two terms.
polynomial (not comparable)
- (algebra) Able to be described or limited by a polynomial.
- (taxonomy) of a polynomial name or entity
polynomial (feminine polynomiale, masculine plural polynomiaux, feminine plural polynomiales)
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