Let n be a nonnegative integer. Use the identity To show that . So far ive gotten to... Using the binomial theorem; and setting x and y to one we get; so... but from here i dont know what to do... Any help please?
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Originally Posted by Deadstar Let n be a nonnegative integer. Use the identity To show that . So far ive gotten to... Using the binomial theorem; and setting x and y to one we get; so... but from here i dont know what to do... Any help please? I can't really help you, but you have two errors: And We can say that but I don't see how this helps you. -Dan
ok well how about where to now?
Originally Posted by Deadstar ok well how about where to now? This is what I'm trying to tell you Try it for n = 3 for example: not -Dan
Using Dan’s hint: let x=1. Then and we know that . Can you finish?
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