How to Expand (x + 2y)^5

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How to Expand (x + 2y)^5

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(x+2y)(x+2y)(x+2y)(x+2y)(x+2y)
^that is probably the ugliest way to do it I would use either Pascal's triangle or the binomial theorem
it take a long time if you do it that way. true

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i like to show the long way so it becomes more clear. Pascal's triangle is goog way to do it. or a calculator!!
binomial theorem:\[(a+b)^n=\sum_{k=0}^n\binom nka^{n-k}b^k\]where\[\binom nk={n!\over k!(n-k)!}\]
if the binomial theorem looks like Greek to you then I would go with Pascal's triangle since it is only to the 5th power
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