Find the general term, in simplified form...

(exponent 10) and (exponent 13)

for the first one I got an answer of (exponent 20) and the second one is (exponent 13) ....but what I can't get is the included for both of the answers

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- Nov 6th 2008, 12:08 PMjohettquick question on binomial therom
**Find the general term, in simplified form...**

(exponent 10) and (exponent 13)

for the first one I got an answer of (exponent 20) and the second one is (exponent 13) ....but what I can't get is the included for both of the answers - Nov 6th 2008, 01:00 PMLaurent
One first thing: to write a long exponent, use curly brackets (like {10}) around it. You can click on the formulas in the corrected quote above to see how I changed it.

As for your question, the general formula is for but when you have (like here), this is , hence the general term is , hence the . - Nov 6th 2008, 01:12 PMjohett
(Happy)(Happy)(Happy) *sigh* thanks for your help!! I was stressing over this cause I have a quiz tomorrow and I wasn't sure how to get the right answers.

And thanks for showing me how to properly get the exponents.