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 #Redirect [[Binomial coefficient]]34 B (3 words)  15:41, 19 May 2008
 ...; they are named for their role in the expansion of the [[Binomial theorembinomial]] expression (''x''+''y'')<sup>''n''</sup>. == Formulae involving binomial coefficients ==3 KB (438 words)  20:03, 30 November 2009

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 {{rBinomial theorem}} {{rBinomial distribution}}233 B (28 words)  11:45, 15 July 2008
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 ...cal's triangle''' is a convenient tabular representation of the [[binomial coefficient]]s. Already known in the 11th century,<ref>[http://wwwgap.dcs.stand.ac We can use Pascal's triangle to compute the [[binomial expansion]] of <math>\scriptstyle (x + y)^n</math>. For instance,32 KB (4,192 words)  08:58, 1 November 2013
 ...; they are named for their role in the expansion of the [[Binomial theorembinomial]] expression (''x''+''y'')<sup>''n''</sup>. == Formulae involving binomial coefficients ==3 KB (438 words)  20:03, 30 November 2009
 ...'''multinomial coefficient''' arises as a generalization of the [[binomial coefficient]]. The multinomial coefficient is defined by2 KB (365 words)  11:50, 22 January 2009
 #Redirect [[Binomial coefficient]]34 B (3 words)  03:08, 31 May 2008
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 #Redirect [[Binomial coefficient]]34 B (3 words)  15:41, 19 May 2008
 A convenient tabular presentation for the [[binomial coefficient]]s.104 B (12 words)  22:55, 12 September 2009
 {{rBinomial coefficient}} {{rBinomial theorem}}540 B (68 words)  00:23, 12 January 2010
 In [[elementary algebra]], the '''binomial theorem''' or the binomial expansion is a mechanism by which expressions of the form <math>(x + y)^n is a [[binomial coefficient]]. Another useful way of stating it is the following:3 KB (507 words)  12:34, 9 August 2010
 ...rling's formula multiplied by a series that corrects the error. The series coefficients can be calculated in terms of [[Bernoulli number]]s. The "<math>\sim</m ...actorials, the most important example perhaps being that of the [[binomial coefficient]]32 KB (5,024 words)  17:05, 22 December 2008
 {{rBinomial coefficient}}263 B (35 words)  11:59, 15 July 2008
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 {{rBinomial coefficient}}684 B (86 words)  21:46, 11 January 2010
 {{rBinomial coefficient}}610 B (72 words)  15:57, 18 June 2009
 is a [[binomial coefficient]].579 B (99 words)  14:42, 6 May 2010
 ...e number of ways you can choose ''k'' objects out of ''n'' is a [[binomial coefficient]].1 KB (165 words)  15:24, 18 June 2009
 ...in which he describes a convenient tabular presentation for the [[binomial coefficients]]: [[Pascal's triangle]]. The same year, a friend interested in gamblin2 KB (236 words)  18:55, 6 June 2008
 {{rBinomial coefficient}}2 KB (260 words)  13:13, 9 December 2009
 ...recurrence relation with more than one variable is given by the [[binomial coefficient]]s3 KB (462 words)  20:50, 14 December 2008
 ...ls satisfy the Hermite differential equation for the special case that the coefficient of ''H''<sub>''n''</sub>(''x'') is equal to the even integer 2''n'', where <math>\binom{n}{k} </math> is a [[binomial coefficient]].4 KB (580 words)  11:31, 31 May 2009