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- Published 1996

The elementary binomial theorem is arguably one of the oldest and perhaps most well-known result in mathematics. This famous theorem, which was known to Chinese mathematicians from as early as the thirteenth century, has been subject since that time to a number of generalizations, one of which is attributable to Newton. In this result, commonly referred to today as the General Binomial Theorem, Newton asserted that the expansion of (l + x) for negative and fractional exponents consisted of the following series

@inproceedings{A1996OnAG,
title={On a Generalization of the Binomial Theorem},
author={Mu A and Nyblom},
year={1996}
}