Algebra 2 – The Binomial Theorem

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What? Pascal gets his own triangle? That's not fair, what if I wanted a rhombus? I'd call it "Robert's Rhombus." Until that day, we'll use Pascal's Triangle for binomial expansions. Fear not, we'll define "binomial" and how to do all that stuff well. Most notably, the Binomial Theorem Formula is also introduced, to help us arrive to any term we wish. It involves the "combination" formula, so if you need to visit that topic, that lesson is right here. YAY MATH!

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