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Binomial Theorem (Step-by-Step)
The binomial theorem says that for positive integer
n
,
, where
. This widely useful result is illustrated here through termwise expansion.
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Bruce Colletti
Additional contributions by:
Jeff Bryant
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Contributed by:
Bruce Colletti
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Jeff Bryant
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