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1. a) Find the first four terms in the expansion, in ascending power of x, of (1+3x)^8

b) Show that, if terms involving x^4 and higher powers may be ignore, (1+3x)^8+(1-3x)^8=2+504x^2

Thanks guys
2. (Original post by haken102)
a) Find the first four terms in the expansion, in ascending power of x, of (1+3x)^8

b) Show that, if terms involving x^4 and higher powers may be ignore, (1+3x)^8+(1-3x)^8=2+504x^2

Thanks guys
What have you tried?
3. (Original post by haken102)
a) Find the first four terms in the expansion, in ascending power of x, of (1+3x)^8

b) Show that, if terms involving x^4 and higher powers may be ignore, (1+3x)^8+(1-3x)^8=2+504x^2

Thanks guys
have you done anything so far?

EDIT
too late
4. (Original post by haken102)
a) Find the first four terms in the expansion, in ascending power of x, of (1+3x)^8

b) Show that, if terms involving x^4 and higher powers may be ignore, (1+3x)^8+(1-3x)^8=2+504x^2

Thanks guys

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