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Math

Algebra

Binomial Theorem

If the middle term of the expansion of $(3x_{3} +x3 )_{8}$ is $5670$ then sum of all real values of $x$ is equal to (A) $6$ (B) $3$ (C) $0$ (D) $2$

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