MATH (expansion)

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Which of the following represents the fourth term of the expansion

(6x^3+(1/2)y)^6?

  • MATH (expansion) -

    There are no "following" terms to choose among.

    It will be a constant times x^9 * y^4

    The binomial theorem can be used to compute the various terms, ot you can multiply the whole thing out.

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