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Friday, November 04, 2011
6:26 PM Agenda (11/7):
1. Homework Roll
2. Warmup (do on paper, not whiteboard)
3. Lesson: 9.5 Binomial Theorem
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Homework Roll
Roll
HW#
1,2
33
3,4
34
5
35
6
36
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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! Ch_9 Page 1 Property:
Examples So So DOD Binomial Theorem
In the expansion of where the coefficient of is given by: • will stand for the exponent
• number of terms =
• will stand for which term in the sequence (starting at 0) also coincides with Pascal's Triangle! Ch_9 Page 2 We will expand entire binomials and find specific terms of expanded binomials using
these patterns.
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Examples
Expand the binomial. How would
Alternating signs! be different? Ch_9 Page 3 Find the given term in a binomial
expansion.
6th term of Ch_9 Page 4 Find the coefficient of
binomial expansion of of the
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2011 for the course MATH 180 taught by Professor Byrns during the Spring '11 term at Montgomery College.
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