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Identify the first and last term of the binomial expansion for the problem below. (3 + 2a)^5 = _____ + … + _____
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Identify the first and last term of the binomial expansion for the problem below. (3 + 2a)^5 = _____ + … + _____
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binomial theorem... (x+y)^n let x = 3, y = 2a, and n = 5

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ughhh so tired right now and openstudy is bugz on my end
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I got it thanks @UsukiDoll

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