binomial theorem expand (5+2y)^3

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binomial theorem expand (5+2y)^3

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binomial_theorem these things follow a pattern, and this one ends up: 8y^3 + 60y^2 +150y +125
you could also solve this by multiplying (5+2y)(5+2y)(5+2y) (the first set of terms, and then the second
thank you ive been working on this for hoursssss

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ok no problem!
i have another.. if you dont mind. two actually. (x-2y)^4 (1/3 + x)^3
its not homework. like review problems. but my teacher is horrible at teaching.
5\[5^{3}+3(5)^{2}2y+3(5)(2y)^{2}+(2y)^{3}\]
go to google it will give you answers i've tryed it but sometimes it doesnt work
use pascals triangle for the coefficients 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 3 1
i dont understand that because i wasnt in class. i understood the answer you just gave though..
like (x-2y)^4 expand.. how would i do that.
\[x ^{4}+4x ^{3}(-2y)+6x ^{2}(-2y)^{2}+4x(-2y)^{3}+(-2y)^{4} \] the next row of the triangle would be 1 4 6 4 1
what do you mean ^^^ is that the final answer?>

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