Binomial Theorem?

• Apr 24th 2009, 08:07 AM
14041471
Binomial Theorem?
Expand using the Binomial Theorem: http://exams.next.ecollege.com/Main/...,MEE1,18589545

Expand using the Binomial Theorem: http://exams.next.ecollege.com/Main/...,MEE1,18589544

Does anyone know how to expand these two expressions?
Thanks.
• Apr 24th 2009, 08:11 AM
Quote:

Originally Posted by 14041471
Expand using the Binomial Theorem: http://exams.next.ecollege.com/Main/...,MEE1,18589545

Expand using the Binomial Theorem: http://exams.next.ecollege.com/Main/...,MEE1,18589544

Does anyone know how to expand these two expressions?
Thanks.

Can anyone see the question?? I am afraid the answer is no :confused:
• Apr 24th 2009, 08:13 AM
stapel
Quote:

Originally Posted by 14041471
Expand using the Binomial Theorem: http://exams.next.ecollege.com/Main/...,MEE1,18589545

Expand using the Binomial Theorem: http://exams.next.ecollege.com/Main/...,MEE1,18589544

Does anyone know how to expand these two expressions?
Thanks.

I'm sorry, but when you did the copy-n-paste from your online exam (at "exams.next.ecollege.com"), the images do not appear to have copied over.

To learn how to use the Binomial Theorem (which they were supposed to have covered in the book and in class, before giving you a test on it), try some online lessons.

Once you have learned the basic terms and techniques, please attempt at least one of the exercises. If you get stuck, you will then be able to reply with a clear listing of your work and reasoning so far.

Thank you! (Wink)
• Apr 24th 2009, 08:36 AM
14041471
Ok thanks, these were the two epressions:
(4x+1)^3
(2x+1)^5

Can you still help me expand them using the 'Binomial Theorem'?
Thanks.
• Apr 24th 2009, 08:52 AM