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Find $t$ if the expansion of the product of $x^3$ and $x^2 + tx$ has no $x^2$ term.

 May 24, 2024
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First, let's multiply the two terms together. 

 

We have \(x^3(x^2+tx)\) = \(x^5 + x^4t\)

 

In general, I think t could be any number as long as it doesn't have an x with power above 21. 

 

I hope I answered your question!

 

Thanks! :)

 May 24, 2024

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