Find the middle term in the expansion of \(({2\over 3}x^2 – {3\over 2x})^{20}\).

Solution :

Here, n = 20, which is an even number.

So, \({20\over 2} + 1\)th term i.e. 11th term is the middle term.

Hence, the middle term = \(T_{11}\)

\(T_{11}\) = \(T_{10 + 1}\) = \(^{20}C_{10}\) \(({2\over 3}x^2)^{20 – 10}\) \((-{3\over 2x})^{10}\)

= \(^{20}C_{10} x^{10}\)


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