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  • one year ago

Complete the following statements in relation to the third term in the expansion of the binomial (2x+y^2)^5

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  1. anonymous
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    i need the coefficient, the power of x= & the power of y=

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    @satellite73

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    you got that picture of pascal's triangle?

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    "coefficients" are from the fifth row \[1,5,10,10,5,1\]

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    first term will be \((2x)^5=32x^5\)

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    i'm still not sure on how to this :/

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    second term will be \[5\times (2x)^4y\] or \[80x^4y\]

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    third term will be \[10(2x)^3y^2\] or \[80x^3y^2\]

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    so what would i put in the answer boxes? coffeffient- the power of x= the power of y=

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