# SOLUTION: Please help me find the fifth term of (x+y)^12 and the last term of (2x-y)^11 could you help me understand this too? I dont even get the question...let alone how to find the answe

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 Question 37965: Please help me find the fifth term of (x+y)^12 and the last term of (2x-y)^11 could you help me understand this too? I dont even get the question...let alone how to find the answer. Thanks!Answer by stanbon(57342)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Please help me find the fifth term of (x+y)^12 and the last term of (2x-y)^11 could you help me understand this too? I dont even get the question...let alone how to find the answer. Thanks! The 5th terms is 12C4x^4(-y)^8= 495x^4y^8 The last term is the 12th terms = 11C0x^0(-y)^11=-y^11 Cheers, Stan H.