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posted by Mota .
Use Pascal’s triangle to read off the coefficients of the powers of x in the expansion of
(1 + x)n for different values of the positive integer n.
Check the results for n = 3 by expanding (1 + x)3.

1
11
121
1331
14641
I really don't know what you need .
You just read the coefficents above.
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