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hal_stirrup Group Title

Can so one explain the binomial theorem.

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    it's similar to pascal's triangle. well the values that is.

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    What is it used for and how do I make since of it . Thanks

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binomial_theorem

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    I seen that . Need someone to explain the concept.

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    : / all I can remember is that you use the ncr key on the calculator. type a regular number press ncr and then type the value of the triangle like 1 or 2.

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    ? WHich part you don't understand?

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    It's just a formula, plug in the numbers.....

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    I can't type it correctly.(x+z)^2 = sigma (k n)

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    n is 2 and k runs from 0 to 2, now just write the sum... eg (x+y)^2 = x^2 +2xy+y^2

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