# Algebra 2

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Use the Binomial Theorem to expand the binomial:
(d – 4b)^3

• Algebra 2 -

d^3 + 3d^2(-4b) + 3d(-4b)^2 + (-4b)^3
= d^3 - 12d^2b + 48db^2 - 64b^3

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