and

determine the coefficients with which the following terms appear in F and G.

i)

ii)

iii)

i have some lecture notes on this but would find it great help if someone could show me how,also so i could double check my answers when i get them.(Wait)

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- May 31st 2008, 08:59 AMskystarmultinomial?
and

determine the coefficients with which the following terms appear in F and G.

i)

ii)

iii)

i have some lecture notes on this but would find it great help if someone could show me how,also so i could double check my answers when i get them.(Wait) - May 31st 2008, 09:27 AMPlato
Any term in the expansion of appears as where the non-negative integers .

- May 31st 2008, 09:32 AMskystar
but what about an example for G when there is a power included?

- May 31st 2008, 09:36 AMPlato
- May 31st 2008, 09:39 AMskystar
well for iii) and using G,

then 4!/(4!)(4!)

would the powers get added to one another. - May 31st 2008, 09:50 AMPlato
Any term in the expansion of appears as where the non-negative integers .

ii) cannot appear in g! Do you see why?

iii) cannot appear in f, but it can in g! Do you see why? - May 31st 2008, 10:29 AMskystar
im still getting really confused as to why it cant appear. for iii in G

i do (4!/2!3!) ((A^4)(B^3)(C^2)(D))

thanks