I need help with 5 and 6 pleaseee
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Here is #5 You can use it as a model.I need help with 5 and 6
Im sorry but is there any other way to do this as I have not learnt what ∑ stands for yet. ThanksHere is #5 You can use it as a model.
\(\displaystyle {(1 + 2x)^6} = \sum\limits_{k = 0}^6 {\dbinom{6}{k}{{(1)}^k}{{(2x)}^{6  k}}} \) now if x=1 we get \(\displaystyle {(1 + 2)^6} = \sum\limits_{k = 0}^6 {\dbinom{6}{k}{{(1)}^k}{{(2)}^{6  k}}} \)
how would i do that?Can you show the seven terms of 5a?
would this be the correct expansion?Can you expand (a+b)^6 using the binomial expansion?
\(\displaystyle \Sigma\) is the capital letter sigma in the Greek alphabet (the equivalent of S in the Roman alphabet) and means to SUM (add up) (1+nm) terms by substituting first m for k, then m+1 for k, and so on until you substitute n for k. SoIm sorry but is there any other way to do this as I have not learnt what ∑ stands for yet. Thanks
Because I am curious and for no other reason, I have a question for lisaaa.Im sorry but is there any other way to do this as I have not learnt what ∑ stands for yet. Thanks