Algebra - Binomial expansions - practice questions
Binomial expansions - practice questions
A binomial expression is an expression with two terms. These terms can be
letters, numbers or symbols. When binomial expressions have unlike terms,
multiplying pronumerals out of the brackets will give four new terms.
The general form for any binomial expansion is:
(_a_ +_ b_)(_c_ +_ d_) =_ ac _+ _ad_ +_ bc_ + _bd_
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