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Rational Rigor (Posted on 2011-03-22) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Determine the total number of individual rational terms in the multinomial expansion of each of the following expressions:

(I) (√12 + √32 + √48 + √50)6

(II) (√12 + √32 + √48 + √50)8

Hence or otherwise, determine the total number of individual rational terms in the multinomial expansion of (√12 + √32 + √48 + √50)2n in terms of n, whenever n is a positive integer.

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Question Combine the terms? | Comment 1 of 4
Could you combine all the rational terms into 1 rational term?


  Posted by Math Man on 2011-03-22 20:35:00
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