What is the fourth term of the expansion of the binomial (2x + 5)^5?

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What is the fourth term of the expansion of the binomial (2x + 5)^5?

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you either know of pascals triangle, or a binomial expansion
if not, then you have a point of study to focus on
i know what they are i just need help with solving the problem. i dont understand it. and im taking an online course

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well, pascals triangle gives us the coefficients of the expansion the rest is just working the exponents in the right order i spose give it a shot, let me see what you come up
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okay. thank you
binomial thrm gives us: \[(a+b)^n=\sum_{k=0}^{n}\binom{n}{k}a^{n-k}~b^k\]
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yep, good luck and all ;)

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