As we have seen, the power of form where the , is called Newton's binomial. Besides that:

- when n = 0 we have
- when n = 1 we have
- when n = 2 we have
- when n = 3 we have
- when n = 4 we have

Note that the coefficients of the developments were the Pascal triangle. Then we can also write:

In general, when the exponent is **no**, we can write to **Newton's binomial development formula:**

Note that the exponents of **The** decreasing from unit to unit, ranging from **no **up to 0, and the exponents of **B** increase from unit to unit, ranging from 0 to** no**. The development of (a + b)^{no} has n + 1 terms.