Binomial Theorem

One of the most common operation in Algebra is binomial operation. The theorem above shows how it goes. But there's its operational which is easy to understand and to use. Below is the general form of Algebraic Binomial expansion operation. The "x" and "y" were colored to easily spot the behavior when they are in the equation. See below;

Moreover, additional 'per piece' operation were provided below.

Let's go to Illustrative examples:

Usually, binomial to up to the third power is given in every classroom discusion. Higher than that will be discussed in another page.

Expand the given binomials:

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Expand the following binomials:

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Moreover, additional 'per piece' operation were provided below.

Let's go to Illustrative examples:

**Illustrative Examples:**Usually, binomial to up to the third power is given in every classroom discusion. Higher than that will be discussed in another page.

**Example Problems:**Expand the given binomials:

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*collect similar terms*,

*final answer*

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**Sample Quiz:**Expand the following binomials:

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*click here to write the middle term*

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*click here to write the first term*

*,**is this the right answer? Leave a comment here.*

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*click here to write the last term*

*,**is this the right answer? Leave a comment here.*

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