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# Binomial theorem watch

1. I'm really confused! How would I do this question?
Use the binomial theorem to find the value of (1.01)^12
Thank you
2. You expand (1+x)^12

Then put in x=0.01
3. Fully expand it?

4. You need to change into the above form.

Then use the binomial theorem to expand it.
5. (Original post by naseeragani)
Fully expand it?
Is this an actual question
6. (Original post by naseeragani)
Fully expand it?
Presumably the question specifies a degree of accuracy.

A full expansion would take 24 decimal places.

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