anonymous
  • anonymous
Multiple choice! WILL FAN AND MEDAL! Select all that apply! The coefficients of the terms of (a + b )^n can be found by using: Pascal’s triangle combinations the binomial theorem
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
thats what i put as my answer, but it was partially wrong. @marcthedark
anonymous
  • anonymous
u got a kik
anonymous
  • anonymous
C i think

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anonymous
  • anonymous
then it would just be A. We can do so in two ways. The first method involves writing the coefficients in a triangular array, as follows. This is known as Pascal’s triangle:
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay thank you. there is no way that it could be B? @marcthedark
anonymous
  • anonymous
lemme think
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea A and B SHOULD BE THE ANSWERS
anonymous
  • anonymous
The binomial coefficients are found by using the combinations formula. If the exponent is relatively small, you can use a shortcut called Pascal's triangle to find these coefficients

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