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Which of the following is the expansion of (x + 5)^6? My answer is x^6 + 5x^5 + 25x^4 + 125x^3 + 625x^2 + 3125x + 15625. Can anyone just check to see if this is right?

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HOLY CRAP that is long
1,6,15,20,15,6,1 are the coefficients.
Yes, for the pascal triangle 6th row.

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Yeah, so that is correct.
K thx! Just wanted to verify and make sure I didn't make any careless mistake :)
hehe :)
What math are u doing. It SEEMS Foreign to me
Algebra II first semester stuff migit, it's not hard at all :)
That is Algebra II, binomial theorem.
oh Gawd. Isn't Algebra 2 10th grade work?
10th or 11th depends if you take geometry first or not.
Not really; learn it whenever you need.
At least for the standard student it would be that.

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