1. | Obtain in descending powers of x the first four terms in the expansion of (2x-1)^6. |
2. | There is no difference between the power n and the expansion of the binomial theorem. |
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3. | Find the 7th term of (2+x)^10. |
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4. | Find the coefficient of x^6 in (1-3x)^8 |
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5. | Find the coefficient of x^3 in the expansion of (3-4x)(2-x/2)^7 |
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6. | With the help of this binomial theorem for positive integral index indices , we can expand any power of x + y into a sum of terms forming a polynomial. |
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7. | Find the term x^3 in the expansion of (1+5)^2(1-2x)^6. |
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8. | The binomial expansion of (1-b)^ is the same as that of (1+b)^n except that the coefficients have alternate + and - signs. |
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9. | Who created the special triangle? |
10. | Find the coeeficient of x in the expansion of (x-3/x)^9. |
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11. | In the expansion of (2+3x)^n, the coefficients of x^3 and x^4 are in the ratio of 8:15. Find the value of n. |
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12. | BINOMIAL , in mathematics, a word first introduced by Robert Recorde (1557) to denote a quantity composed of the sum or difference to two terms; as a+b, a-b. |
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13. | In the expansion of (x^3-2/x^2)^10, find the coefficient of 1/x^5. |
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14. | Find the coefficients of x^2 in the expansion of (1-2x)^5. |
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