Algebra Binomial Theorem
posted by Dakota .
Hi, can somebody help me with this math problem I am stuck on? How do I use binomial theorem to expand(2x – 5y)^3. I need to show my word so any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

Expand
(A + B)^3 = A^3 + 3 A B^2 + 3 A^2B + B^3
And then in this expansion, substitute
A = 2x
B = 5 y 
Thank you for your help.
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