Binomial Theorem Part I Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps - May 07, 2010 Introduction Another way is to use the Binomial Theorem Example 1 Example 2 The (r+1)th term The (r+1)th term is given in the formula list: $\ {n \choose r}a^{n-r}b^r $ Example 3 Example 4 Hence the term independent of x is 15 Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps Comments

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