# Betekenis van: binomial

binomial
Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
• having or characterized by two names, especially those of genus and species in taxonomies
"binomial nomenclature of bacteria"

### Synoniemen

binomial
Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
• of or relating to or consisting of two terms
"binomial expression"
binomial
Zelfstandig naamwoord
• tweeterm, binomium
• (mathematics) a quantity expressed as a sum or difference of two terms; a polynomial with two terms

### Voorbeeldzinnen

1. On the basis of a binomial probability distribution, it can be calculated that examination of 613 samples allows with a certainty of more than 99 %, the detection of a sample containing pesticide residues above the limit of determination (LOD), provided that less than 1 % of products of plant origin contain residues above that limit.
2. On the basis of a binomial probability distribution, it can be calculated that examination of 642 samples allows, with a certainty of more than 99 %, the detection of a sample containing pesticide residues above the limit of determination (LOD), provided that not less than 1 % of the products contain residues above that limit.
3. Based on a binomial probability distribution it can be calculated that examination of about 650 samples gives a confidence of more than 99 % for detecting one sample containing pesticide residues above the limit of determination (LOD) where less than 1 % of products of plant origin contain residues above the LOD.
4. On the basis of a binomial probability distribution, it can be calculated that examination of 642 samples allows with a certainty of more than 99 %, the detection of a sample containing pesticide residues above the limit of determination (LOD), provided that not less than 1 % of products of plant origin contain residues above that limit.
5. On the basis of a binomial probability distribution, it can be calculated that examination of 613 samples gives a confidence of more than 99 % for detecting one sample containing pesticide residues above the limit of determination (LOD), provided that less than 1 % of products of plant origin contain residues above that limit.