A binomial pair is an expression containing two words which are joined by a conjunction (usually "and" or "or"). The word order of a binomial pair is usually fixed.

In language studies, a binomial is a pair of words (for example, "loud and clear") conventionally linked by a conjunction or a preposition.

A binomial pair is an expression containing two words which are joined by a conjunction (usually "and" or "or"). The word order of a binomial pair is usually fixed.

The following power point lesson covers examples and instructions over Multiplying Polynomials. * Students begin by applying the distributive property to find the product of a pair of binomials. * Students learn to apply FOIL in multiplying pairs of binomials, and they understand the meaning of each letter