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    Finding a particular term in a Binomial Expansion

    find the 15th term in the expansion (1-t)^30
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    The Kth term of (a+b)^n is nC(k-1) A^(n-(k-1)) B^(k-1) ;where k is the term that you want

    a=1, k=15, n=30, b=-t
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