# How do you prove that when you expand a binomial like $(a+b)^n$ the coefficients can be calculated by going to the n row in Pascal's triangle?

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Thanks so much for that detailed explanation it means a lot. I was really struggling with that concept since I've been self-teaching myself and didn't have anyone to ask.

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