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Sum and product of coefficient binomials

by Jhenrique
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Jhenrique
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Mar30-14, 10:41 PM
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Given two coefficient binomials [tex]\binom{a}{b}[/tex] and [tex]\binom{c}{d}[/tex] is possbile to express the sum and product those coefficient binomials as one other?
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Mar31-14, 12:47 AM
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Given two coefficient binomials [tex]\binom{a}{b}[/tex] and [tex]\binom{c}{d}[/tex] is possbile to express the sum and product those coefficient binomials as one other?
Why don't you try answering your own question by expanding both and adding them or multiplying them?
Jhenrique
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Apr1-14, 01:42 AM
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I didn't find an satisfactory answer, anyway, thanks!


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