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.

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- April 24th 2009, 08:07 AM14041471Binomial 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. - April 24th 2009, 08:11 AMADARSH
- April 24th 2009, 08:13 AMstapel
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) - April 24th 2009, 08:36 AM14041471reply
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. - April 24th 2009, 08:52 AMADARSH
The first 13 lines of the first link of the google search(given by

**Stapel**) result makes it a cake walk.

Were you sincere enough to read the links (s)he provided(Wondering)