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Find the term independent of x in the expansion of (1/2x^2-x)^9 (The answer is 10 and 1/2, just how do I get it using Binomial theorem?)

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    <(1/2x^2)-x>^9

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    x^2 is in the denominator right ?

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    (2x2) Is

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    *(2x^2)

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    yep so can you tell me the rth term of this ?

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