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This chapter helps students review the concepts in a Probability Mechanics unit of a standard integrated algebra course. Topics covered include:
- The binomial theorem
1. What Is a Factorial?
Factorials are operations in which a given natural number is multiplied by all previous numbers in a sequence, typically all integers smaller than themselves. Learn the fundamental counting principles and how factorials calculate potential outcomes with two examples.
2. Factorial Practice Problems
Factorials are a process of multiplying a number by all previous integers smaller than itself. Learn how factorials appear as fractions and algebraic expressions and solve practice problems using multiplication and division.
3. What is the Binomial Theorem?
The binomial theorem is all about patterns to mathematicians and is a method for raising algebraic expressions with two terms to an exponent. Learn more about the definition of the binomial theorem, the F.O.I.L. technique, Pascal's Triangle, and how to use them to solve a complex equation.
4. Binomial Theorem Practice Problems
The binomial theorem can be broken down into three steps using Pascal's Triangle and writing decreasing powers of the first term and increasing powers of the second term. Learn how these three steps of the binomial theorems apply by following them to solve practice problems.
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