# factorial moment generating function

I'm trying to get the factorial moment-generating function of a binomial random variable. I know that

$$F_X(t) = E[t^x] = \Sigma_xt^xp(x)$$

so I get $$\Sigma_xt^x{n \choose x}\theta^x(1-\theta)^1-x$$

where $$\theta$$ being the probability of a success.

I can't expand this equality to get the actual equation I need (my calculation isn't very creative). Any help here?

The sum is $$(\sum \binom {n} {x} s^{x}(1-\theta)^{n}$$ where $$s =\frac {t\theta} {1-\theta}$$. Hence it is $$(1-\theta)^{n} (1+s)^{n}=(1-\theta)^{n} (1+\frac {t\theta} {1-\theta})^{n}=(t\theta +(1-\theta))^{n}$$.