From Unit 1 Differentiation exercise 1G-5b...
The problem gives Leibniz' formula for the nth derivative of a product of two functions and then asks to apply the formula to y=x^p(1+x)^q in order to find the y^(p+q) derivative of the function. I've tried to solve using (p+q) as the n of the summation of the formula, should I consider to be moving both values or just p or q? Could someone please help me understand better this problem? Thank you in advance

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