What is Binomial Theorem?
Binomial Theorem is described in dictionary as a formula for finding any power of a binomial without multiplying at length. In other words, we can describe Binomial Theorem as an algebraic expansion of any power of a binomial. It really provides do higher order expansion without doing lots of mathematical calculations. Binomial coefficients of the expansions are also described as the elements of the Pascalís triangle, which is an arrangement of arrays in a triangular form. The French mathematician Blaise Pascal provided it as a tool for finding the coefficients of the Binomial expansions. Centuries before Pascal, Mathematician studies the Binomial coefficients in different countries such as India, China, and different other parts of the world.