For binomial expansion for O Level Additional Mathematics, you are tested only on binomial expansions with powers that are positive integers. Meaning if you have an expansion of this form (a+b)^{n}, n is a positive integer for your syllabus. This is because the formula that you learn to apply for binomial is only applicable if n is a positive integer.

It’s a totally different expansion if we have negative powers, powers that are negative, or a combination of both. This (negative powers, or non-integer powers) is tested in A Level Mathematics.

There’s nothing to memorize for this chapter. Everything you need to know is in your formula booklet. What’s important is to understand how to apply the formula to the common questions.

In this chapter on binomial, you are tested on:

- binomial expansion and finding an expression of a certain term in the expansion
- knowledge of
^{n}C_{r}and how to use it.

This is an easy topic. Once you understand the concepts and how to apply them, you are done revising it. In my course on binomial expansion written for O level Additional Mathematics, I go through in detail the concepts, how to make use of the formula booklet for binomial expansion questions and how to do the questions tested for O Level. This is a complete O Level Add Math course on binomial. If you aren’t familiar with the topic, and someone to go through in detail with you, definitely check out our course on binomial expansion for O Level Additional Mathematics here.