3(x+1)^5-4(x+1)^6 using short cut

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3(x+1)^5-4(x+1)^6 using short cut

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(x+1)^5*(-4x-1)
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What exactly are you looking for? Because that is correct :D

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no its not right sory solve for 3(x+1)^5 and 4(x+1)^6 thats how are teacher showed us but i keep doing them wrong.
We need an equation to solve for each :D
equation ,you just have to sove it like a polynominal
You mean expand it?
yes
OHH: 3(x+1)^5 = 3x^5 +15x^4+30x^3 + 30x^2 + 15x +3 4(x+1)^6 = 4x^6 + 24x^5 + 60x^4 + 80x^3 +60 x^2 + 24x =4 = -(x^6+21x^5+45x64+50x^3+30x^2+9x+1)

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