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Polynomial Expansion
Polynomial Expansion
 The Pascal Triangle on the board shows up to the 3rd row (count starting from 0 ). In a polynomial expansion (x+y)^n: the row number corresponds to n and each number in the row tells you the coefficient of each term found from Polynomial Theorem, in order. Expand this triangle to the 5th row and answer prompt question.
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