In the expansion of (x-(3/x^2)^9 find the following: a) the term containing x6 b) the constant term This is my last question, I swear! :P
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Originally Posted by acc In the expansion of (x-(3/x^2)^9 find the following: a) the term containing x6 b) the constant term This is my last question, I swear! :P The general term is . a) You require the coefficient of the power of x corresponding to 9 - 3r = 6. b) You require the coefficient of the power of x corresponding to 9 - 3r = 0.
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