# Ch 8: Binomial Theorem Overview

Ensure you fully understand how the binomial theorem is used in math by working through this informative chapter. Use our helpful video lessons and multiple-choice quizzes to get ready for a class project or to prepare to take an important math exam.

## Binomial Theorem Overview - Chapter Summary

Our instructors show how to use the binomial theorem as a way to multiply a large number of binomials together. You'll also brush up on exactly what a binomial is, how to identify one and the operations you can do with them. These lessons also cover what makes a perfect square binomial unique and how to factor them.

Additional topics cover the many choices you have when selecting a method to multiply binomials including FOIL, the area model and the distributive property. Once you complete these lessons, you will be ready to:

• Solve practice problems using the binomial theorem
• Relate the binomial theorem to Pascal's triangle
• Correctly read a binomial probability table
• Use the binomial theorem to expand binomial expressions
• Calculate the binomial distribution formula

Our video lessons are short, fun and outline these topics in a way that's easy to understand and follow. Test your knowledge using the multiple-choice quizzes and chapter test before moving on to other lessons. The printable lesson transcripts highlight the most important topics and terms from the lesson and make great study resources. An instructor can assist you if you have trouble working through the chapter.

9 Lessons in Chapter 8: Binomial Theorem Overview
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