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The following figures show the binomial expansion formulas for (a + b)^{n} and (1 + b)^{n}. Scroll down the page for more examples and solutions.

**A-level Maths: Binomial expansion formula for positive integer powers : tutorial 1**

In this tutorial you are shown how to use the binomial expansion formula for expanding expressions of the form (1+x)^{n}. We look at expanding expressions where the power n is a positive integer.

**A-level Maths : Extending the Binomial Expansion Formula : tutorial 2**

In this tutorial you are shown how to use the binomial expansion formula for expanding expressions of the form A Level Maths. We look at expanding expressions where the power n is a positive integer.**Binomial Expansion : Pascal's Triangle **

In this tutorial you are shown how to use the binomial expansion formula for expanding expressions of the form A Level Maths using Pascal's triangle when n is a small positive integer**Binomial Expansion : Rational Powers**

In this tutorial you are shown how to use the binomial expansion for rational powers** Binomial Expansion : Validity for Rational Powers**

In this tutorial you are shown how to work out the range of values for x for which the binomial expansion for rational powers is valid.

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Examples, solutions, videos, activities, and worksheets that are suitable for A Level Maths.

The following figures show the binomial expansion formulas for (a + b)

In this tutorial you are shown how to use the binomial expansion formula for expanding expressions of the form (1+x)

In this tutorial you are shown how to use the binomial expansion formula for expanding expressions of the form A Level Maths. We look at expanding expressions where the power n is a positive integer.

In this tutorial you are shown how to use the binomial expansion formula for expanding expressions of the form A Level Maths using Pascal's triangle when n is a small positive integer

In this tutorial you are shown how to use the binomial expansion for rational powers

In this tutorial you are shown how to work out the range of values for x for which the binomial expansion for rational powers is valid.

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