Posted by **Chamberlain** on Sunday, May 30, 2010 at 3:30pm.

Use the Binomial Theorem to determine the coefficient of x^14 in the

expansion of (3x^2 − 1/ 3)^ 16 . Express the coefficient as a fraction in its

lowest terms.

Please help me with this I'm getting nowhere. And please explain the logic behind! Thanks so much

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