The most basic example of the binomial theorem is the formula for the square of x + y: The binomial coefficients 1, 2, 1 appearing in this expansion correspond to the ...
Explains how to use the Binomial Theorem, and displays the Theorem's relationship to Pascal's Triangle.
Binomial Theorem. What happens when you multiply a binomial by itself ... many times? Here is the answer: Don't worry ... I will explain it all! And you will learn ...
7.5 - The Binomial Theorem Binomials raised to a power. A binomial is a polynomial with two terms. We're going to look at the Binomial Expansion Theorem, a shortcut ...
Sal explains what's the binomial theorem, why it's useful, and how to use it.
The binomial theorem was known for the case by Euclid around 300 BC, and stated in its modern form by Pascal in a posthumous pamphlet published in 1665.
Geometric (arithmetico-geometric) Harmonic; Alternating; Power; Binomial; Taylor; Convergence tests; Summand limit (term test) Ratio; Root; Integral; Direct comparison
Powers of a binomial (a + b). What are the binomial coefficients? Pascal's triangle
4. The Binomial Theorem. by M. Bourne. A binomial is an algebraic expression containing 2 terms. For example, (x + y) is a binomial. We sometimes need to expand ...
Demonstrates how to answer typical problems involving the Binomial Theorem.