There is no overall maximum number of terms that someone can be President of the USA, but there is a limit of two consecutive terms. It is possible that someone could serve two terms, sit out a term, then serve two more terms.
The US President can serve a maximum two full terms. One term is four years. A president who finishes another president's term which has less than two years to go, can still serve two more full terms. Therefore, in theory, it is possible to serve for 10 years in this special case.
No, President Bush cannot serve any more terms since he has already done two. No president can do any more than two terms under our current U.S. law.
Grover Cleveland is the only US president to serve two non-consecutive (or two interrupted) terms of office.
A polynomial with two terms is called a binomial.
An expression with two terms is called a binomial.
First off, it is NOT A QUINTIC! Typically a polynomial of four or more terms is called "a polynomial of n terms", where n is the number of terms. Only the one, two, and three term polynomials are referred to by a particular naming convention.
That's called a binomial. "Bi" means two.
The degree of the polynomial.
It is binomial
this term 2x is not a polynomial. this term is a monomial. since only one term was listed it can not be a polynomial. A polynomial is like four or more terms. a trinomial is three terms and a binomial is two terms.
A binomial is a polynomial with two terms.
Two terms is a binomial. More than two terms is a polynomial. Binomials are not part of the set of polynomials.
The only difference is that a binomial has two terms and a polynomial has three or more terms.