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*n*th power of a sum of numbers in terms of products of powers of those numbers.

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The theorem that establishes the rule for forming the terms of the *n* th power of a sum of numbers in terms of products of powers of those numbers.

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The theorem that establishes the rule for forming the terms of the *n*th power of a sum of numbers in terms of products of powers of those numbers.

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