## Common Products and Factors
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## Binomial TheoremFor any value of n, whether positive, negative, integer or non-integer, the value of the nth power of a binomial is given by: There are many binomial expansion applications in physics. | Index | ||

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## Binomial ExpansionFor any power of n, the binomial (a + x) can be expanded This is particularly useful when x is very much less than a so that the first few terms provide a good approximation of the value of the expression. There will always be n+1 terms and the general form is:
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## Binomial Expansion ExamplesThe binomial expansion is a useful example of a series. Some common examples of its application are: | Index | ||

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