Find the specified 5th term in the expansion of : (5a+6b)^5
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Originally Posted by thepride Find the specified 5th term in the expansion of : (5a+6b)^5 Use the binomial Theorem Since the binomial theorem starts at k=0 the fifth term will be when k=4 Just simplify from here.
Originally Posted by TheEmptySet Use the binomial Theorem Since the binomial theorem starts at k=0 the fifth term will be when k=4 Just simplify from here. i think the answer is 32400ab^5 thepride
how do i simplify that equation...like what do i do with the 5 and 4 that are on top of each other do i divide??? i answer is useless to me if i don't know how your got it. please show me how you got you answer flexus.
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