The Binomial Theorem
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The binomial theorem, sigma notation and binomial expansion algorithm
The theorem that shows the form of the expansion of any positive integral power of a binomial (a + b)n to a polynomial with  n + 1 terms,
The binomial theorem and binomial expansion algorithm examples
Example:
Example:  Find the 4th term of the binomial expansion (a - x)5.
Solution:
Or, we can use the formula to find (k + 1)th term.
Since, n = 5  and   k + 1 = 4  =>  k = 3  then by plugging these values into
Example:  Find the middle term of the binomial expansion
Solution:
Example:  Find the 7th term of the binomial expansion if the coefficient of the third term 
relates to the coefficient of the second term as 9 : 2.
Solution:
Example:  Which term of the binomial expansion is missing x?
Solution:
To fulfill the required condition, the exponent of x must be zero, therefore
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