Mathematics BINOMIAL THEOREM Practice Sample Question Papers and Problems on JEE Mains MCQ Level in Pdf format
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Binomial expansion Identifying terms independent of “x” Ratio of two terms Middle term of binomial expansion Binomial coefficients Sum of different combinations of binomial coefficients Application of binomial expansion Problems on multinomial expansion
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JEE Mains Binomial Theorem Formulas
 Binomial Theorem. …
 General Term in a expansion: …
 Combinations or groups formula: …
 Middle term in a expansion: …
 Coefficient of x^{m} in (ax^{p} + b / x^{q} ) …
 Independent Term of x in (ax^{p} + b / x^{q} ) …
 Greatest Coefficients:
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If n is a positive integer, then binomial theorem is
(x+y)^{n} = ^{n}c_{0}.x^{n} + ^{n}c_{1}x^{n1}y + ^{n}c_{2}x^{n2}y^{2} + ^{n}c_{3}.x^{n3}y^{3} + ……. + ^{n}c_{r}x^{nr}y^{r} + …. + ^{n}c_{n}.y^{n} 
General Term in a binomial expansion:
In the binomial expansion of (x+y)^{n}, general term is denoted by T_{r + 1} and it is
T_{r + 1} = ^{n}c_{r}.x^{n – r}.y^{r}

Combinations or groups formula:
^{n}c_{r}= n!/[( n – r ) !].[r!]

Middle term in a binomial expansion:
In the binomial expansion of (x+y)^{n}, middle term is T_{( n/2 + 1)}if n is even, and T_{(n + 1)/2}and T_{( n + 3)/2} , if n is odd. 
Binomial Coefficients in the binomial expansion (x+y)^{n}
^{ n}C_{0}, ^{n}C_{1}, ^{n}C_{2}, ^{n}C_{3},….. ^{n}C_{r}… ^{n}C_{n} are called Binomial Coefficients.

Binomial Coefficient of x^{m}in (ax^{p}+ b / x^{q} )
The value of r of the term which contains the coefficient of x^{m} is
(np – m )/( p + q) 
Independent Term of x in (ax^{p}+ b / x^{q})
The value of r of the term which does not contain x is
( np ) / (p + q)

Greatest Binomial Coefficients:
In the binomial expansion of (x + y)^{n}, the greatest binomial coefficient is
^{n}c_{(n+1)/2} , ^{n}c_{( n + 3 )/2} , when n is an odd integer, and ^{n}c_{( }^{n}_{/2 + 1)} , when n is an even integer.

Numerically Greatest term in the binomial expansion: (1 + x)^{n}
In the binomial expansion of (1 + x)^{n}, the numerically greatest term is found by the following method:
If [( n + 1 )  x  ] / _{[ x  + 1}] = K + f,
Where K is an integer and f is a positive proper fraction, then
( K + 1)^{th}term is the numerically greatest fraction.
And if [( n + 1 )  x  ] / _{[ x  + 1}] = K,
Where K is an integer, then
K^{th} term and ( K + 1 )^{th} terms are the two numerically greatest terms.

In the binomial expansion of (x+y)^{n}:
1. Sum of the binomial coefficients is 2^{n}
^{n}c_{0} + ^{n}c_{1} + ^{n}c_{2} + …………+ ^{n}c_{n} = 2^{n}
2. Sum of the odd binomial coefficients is 2^{n – 1}
c_{1} + c_{3} + c_{5} + …………. = 2^{n – 1}
3. Sum of the even binomial coefficients is 2^{n – 1}
c_{0} + c_{2} + c_{4} + …….. = 2^{n – 1}

Number of terms in various expansions:
No. of terms in the expansion of
1. ( x + y )^{n}is n + 1
2. ( x + y + z )^{ n} is ^{[( n + 1 ) ( n + 2 )]}/_{2}
3. ( x + y + z + w) ^{n} = ^{[ ( n + 1)(n + 2 ) ( n + 3 )]}/_{ 1. 2.3}
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