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9.5 Binomial Theorem

# 9.5 Binomial Theorem - 9.5 Binomial Theorem Friday 6:26 PM...

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Agenda (11/7): 1. Homework Roll 2. Warmup (do on paper, not whiteboard) 3. Lesson: 9.5 Binomial Theorem _________________ Homework Roll Roll HW# 1,2 33 3,4 34 5 35 6 36 _________________ Warmup (do on paper, not whiteboard) Prove by mathematical induction _________________ Lesson: 9.5 Binomial Theorem Goal: Use the binomial theorem to expand binomials to a power. Review … what does mean? It means combinations! 9.5 Binomial Theorem Friday, November 04, 2011 6:26 PM Ch_9 Page 1

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Property: Examples So So DOD Binomial Theorem In the expansion of where the coefficient of is given by:

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