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where {{math|''a''}} and {{math|''b''}} are [[number]]s, and {{math|''m''}} and {{math|''n''}} are distinct [[nonnegative integer]]s and {{math|''x''}} is a symbol which is called an [[indeterminate (variable)|indeterminate]] or, for historical reasons, a [[variable (mathematics)|variable]]. In the context of [[Laurent polynomial]]s, a ''Laurent binomial'', often simply called a ''binomial'', is similarly defined, but the exponents {{math|''m''}} and {{math|''n''}} may be negative.
 
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