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The Binomial Theorem is a convenient way to multiply a binomial by itself. It can be applied to the powers of any binomials.

- 1.Expand ${\left( {a + b} \right)^4}$, using:a)Pascal’s Triangleb)Binomial Theorem
- 2.Expand:a)${\left( {5x + 2} \right)^3}$b)${\left( {2x - 3y} \right)^4}$
- 3.In the expansion of ${\left( {\frac{1}{{7{x^2}}} - {x^3}} \right)^{10}}$ , determine:a)the 4th termb)the middle termc)the constant term
- 4.In the expansion of ${\left( {3 - 2x} \right)^8}$ , determine the coefficient of the term containing ${X^5}$.

11.

Operations of polynomials

11.1

What is a polynomial?

11.2

Polynomial components

11.3

Multiplying monomial by monomial

11.4

Multiplying monomial by binomial

11.5

Multiplying binomial by binomial

11.6

Multiplying polynomial by polynomial

11.7

Applications of polynomials

11.8

Fundamental theorem of algebra

11.9

Pascal's triangle

11.10

Binomial theorem

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