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Trinomials are polynomials that contain three parts called terms, which are separated by plus and minus symbols. Here is a visual example of a trinomial:

This is a linear expression, a component that makes up linear equations.

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  • , a quadratic expression in its standard (normal) form, which happens to be a trinomial.
  • Perfect square trinomials, .

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