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# Here is a cube made from twelve wire each of length L, An ant goes from A to G through path A-B-C-G. Calculate the displacement.

- 3l
- 2l

## The correct answer is:

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### I The sum of the binomial coefficients of the expansion is

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S2: If the expansion of for positive integer n has 13 ^{th} term independent of x Then the sum of divisors of is 39.

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