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Binomial Theorem

Rule

Binomial Theorem

The binomial theorem states that when a power of a binomial is expanded and is a natural number, it can be written as a sum of terms. Each of the terms is written in the form In these terms, and are whole numbers and The value of is found as term number on row number in Pascal's triangle.