### binomial

• n. [数] 二项式；二种名称
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binomial 二进制的

binomial
1550s (n.); 1560s (adj.), from Late Latin binomius "having two personal names," a hybrid from bi- (see bi-) + nomius, from nomen (see name (n.)). Taken up 16c. in the algebraic sense "consisting of two terms."
1. Prove that no four consecutive binomial coefficients can be in arithmetic progression.

2. The binomial coefficients are ubiquitous in Combinational Theory.

3. This is nothing but the binomial expansion.

4. Pascal published a treatus on binomial coefficient.

5. Theorem g is called binomial theorem.