binomial coefficient


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binomial coefficient

n
(Mathematics) maths any of the numerical factors which multiply the successive terms in a binomial expansion; any term of the form n!/(n–k)!k!: written (nk), nCk, or Cnk. See also combination6
Translations
binomni koeficijent
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1) is replaced here by the central binomial coefficient [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
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