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The Binomial Theorem is a quick way of expanding a binomial expression that has been raised to some power. Most students have issues when it comes to working out these problems, having some practice helps. Take up the...
Questions: 12  Attempts: 444  Last updated: Oct 29, 2018

Sample QuestionThe binomial expansion of (1b)^ is the same as that of (1+b)^n except that the coefficients have alternate + and  signs.
What do you know of binomial theorem? It’s a formula for finding any power of a binomial without multiplying at length. It’s a mathematical theorem that gives the expansion of any binomial raised to a positive...
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Sample QuestionFind the 7th term of (2+x)^10.
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Sample QuestionIf the coefficients of x^7 and x^8 in (2 + x/3)^n are equal , then value of n is
The Binomial Theorem is a fast way of expanding a mathematical expression that has been raised to some power. The theorem is simpler than trying to multiply lot of stuffs by hand. Test your knowledge about binomials with these...
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Sample QuestionA binomial is a polynomial with how many terms?
Newton DiscoveredThe Binomial Theorem Quiz
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Sample QuestionPascal's Triangle was first discovered by Blaise Pascal.
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Binomial probability refers to the probability that a binomial experiment result in exactly x successes. Meteorologists as well as economic conditions due to the economic changes and nature of the changes can apply this in...
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Sample QuestionLotte takes a test. Each question in the test has 4 answers. There are 10 questions in the test. She chooses one of the answers (a)(d) for each question at random.The probability that she gets all 10 wrong is: