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### math challenge II-A Combinatorics Problem 6.9

math challenge II-A Combinatorics Problem 6.9

The answer is (-1)^3 * 6 choose 3. I don't quite understand why do we multiple 6 choose 3 by -1 raised to the third power. If the constant term is y^3*(-2/y)^3, then is the answer (-2)^3*6 choose 3= -160?

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