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Solution: Find the 6th term of the expansion of (3x – 4y)^8?

Find the 6th term of the expansion of (3x – 4y)^8?

Problem Statement:

Find the 6th term of the expansion of (3x – 4y)^8?

  • A. -148,288 x3y5
  • B. -548 x2y5
  • C. -154,288 x3y5
  • D. -1,548,288 x3y5

Problem Answer:

The 6th term of the expansion is -1,548,288 x^3y^5.

Solution:

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