Question

# Identify a binomial.

Hint:

- The expression consisting of two terms connected by a plus sign or minus sign is called binomial.

## The correct answer is:

- We have been given four options in the question from which we have to find out which one is a binomial

Step 1 of 1:

We know that the binomial is polynomial with degree 2.

Option A

It contain one term.

So, It is not a binomial.

Option B

It has two terms but one variable

It is not a binomial.

Option C

It has two terms and variable

It is a binomial

Option D

It has two term but one variable

It is not variable

Hence, Option C is correct.

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