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Find the middle term in the expansion of 15π plus three π squared.

Now, first thing weβre gonna do to actually find the middle term of this expansion is to actually rewrite our expression. And Iβve rewritten it as two pairs of parentheses because what weβve got is 15π plus three π squared. So it means that weβve got 15π plus three π multiplied by 15π plus three π. So now, the next stage is to actually expand our parentheses. And in order to do that, what I need to do is actually multiply every term in our first pair of parentheses by every term in second pair of parentheses.

So Iβm gonna start by actually multiplying the first term in each parentheses. So weβve got 15π multiplied by 15π which gives us 225π squared because 15 multiplied by 15 is 225. And π multiplied by π is π squared. Then next, Iβm multiplying 15π by positive three π which will give us plus 45ππ because 15 multiplied by three is 45. And then π multiplied by π is ππ. Okay, great. So weβre finished with 15π in the first parentheses. Now, letβs move on to the second term in the first parentheses.

So now, weβve got positive three π multiplied by 15π. And this, again, gives us 45ππ. Okay, and now we move on to the last term in each of our parentheses. So weβve got positive three π multiplied by positive three π which gives us our last term which is plus nine π squared.

Okay, great. So now, weβve expanded our parentheses. What we need to do is actually simplify. So therefore, this is equal to 225π squared plus 90ππ β because we had 45ππ plus 45ππ, so thatβs 90ππ β plus nine π squared. So now we look back at the question. And the question asked us to find the middle term which we can see is positive 90ππ from our expansion.

So therefore, we can say that the middle term in the expansion of 15π plus three π all squared is equal to 90ππ.