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1. Hey, I was wondering if someone could help me with this question "Find the binomial expansion of (3+2x)^5"
2. This should explain everything:

3. yeah - you can use Pascals triangle to get the coefficients or just use the formula for (a + bx ) ^n
4. (Original post by Fas)
yeah - you can use Pascals triangle to get the coefficients or just use the formula for (a + bx ) ^n
Would anyone actually try to use Pascals? :-o
5. (Original post by Jkizer)
Would anyone actually try to use Pascals? :-o
I agree I prefer the method, or the long formula one, though ncr works best for me
6. (Original post by Jkizer)
Would anyone actually try to use Pascals? :-o
most exam questions would involve a power outside of pascals triangle , so no it's not exactly the best idea. Formula is a lot easier to deal with anyway.
7. (Original post by Economi)
This should explain everything:

That's great, thank you

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