binomial theorem

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a theorem giving the expansion of a binomial raised to a given power

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Einstein considered the velocity in classical region thus applying binomial theorem,
of Texas-Dallas) has updated his 2001 textbook for advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate students who know calculus up to partial differentials, ordinary vectors to the point of differentiating them, and the binomial theorem.
We give here a simpler proof: first, via the Newton binomial theorem, the algebraic equation for [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Early works of analysis include such topics as the binomial theorem and as a consequence from it the polynomial theorem, purely analytic proof of the theorem and three problems of rectification, complanation and cubature ("as a sample of a complete organization of the science of space"), with later analysis and the infinite represented by pure theory of numbers, theory of functions and improvements, and paradoxes of the infinite.
Using (1) and the binomial theorem we may rewrite (7) as