Class 11 Maths Ch 8 is on the Binomial Theorem according to the latest NCERT math syllabus. This Binomial Theorem is a method of expanding an algebraic expression that is raised to any finite degree. It is an important concept in Class 11 NCERT maths that helps simplify large expressions containing a high exponential power. A binomial expression also contains two dissimilar algebraic terms. For instance, a+b or a^3+b^6, etc.

As this power or exponent increases, simplifying algebraic expressions becomes quite cumbersome. Binomial properties of the terms help us simplify such large and lengthy mathematical problems with relative ease.

The Binomial Theorem can be fundamentally represented by the following expression:

Assuming that n ∈ N, x,y ,∈ R then,

(x + y)n = nΣr=0 nCr xn – r · yr where,

- Introduction to Binomial Theorem
- Binomial Theorem for Positive Integral Indices
- General and Middle Terms

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