This problem is very difficult...can someone help me with this please? ...this is all about binomials
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Last edited by manusform; September 17th 2009 at 12:26 AM.
Reason: equation is not appropriate
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Take derivative with respect to of both equalities
Set in all four equalities and you get for
you get for
I think you made a mistake.
The right form is:
Sorry, both two form are right.
I don't think it is a mistake, since the definition of binomial coefficients says for . This means your form and my form are equivalent.
I gave a derivation of above.
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