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Expand: (2s-3t)^5

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binomial?
Yea.
dont u know the formula ?

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Wasnt given one.
FAIL.
http://mathsteaching.files.wordpress.com/2008/05/binomial-expansion-formula.jpg First sentence.
How am I a fail? I wasnt given one or taught one..
Then how they taught you Binomial expansion?
32 s^5-240 s^4 t+720 s^3 t^2-1080 s^2 t^3+810 s t^4-243 t^5
No, teacher gave me a page of them to do.
Thank you, Eyad.
yw :)
Direct answers! D:
Under your explanation and your rule :P
You werent helping much, lol. Just telling me that I was a fail. @saifoo.khan Yea, teamwork :)@Eyad
(2s-3t)^5 Just expand \[^5C_0(-3t)^0(2s)^5=\] \[^5C_1(-3t)^1(2s)^4=\] \[^5C_2(-3t)^2(2s)^3=\] \[^5C_3(-3t)^3(2s)^2=\] \[^5C_4(-3t)^4(2s)^1=\] \[^5C_5(-3t)^5(2s)^0=\]
And that will be my written answer? Or will I have to expand it further?
(p+q)^5 no, you have to use the formula \[^nC_r(q)^r(p)^{n-r}\]

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