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binomial theorem

number theory combinatorics
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It might be worth pointing out that this theorem also holds if a and b belong to an commutative rig (the spelling is right; I really mean "rig", not "ring" here) since we only use some basic algebraic properties of real or complex numbers in the proof.

I'm sorry. I meant to post this as a correction, but I hit the post button instead and didn't notice what happened until it was too late. I apologize that this correction is going to hang around in the wrong place underneath the article and possibly confuse people in the future.

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