anonymous
  • anonymous
Use the perfect square trinomial formula to factor. Be sure to factor out any common factors. 16y^2 - 8y + 1
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Apply the quadratic formula... (x+1/4) * (x+1/4) is the only root.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm assuming the perfect square trinomial formula just means to complete the square (from the quick google search I did). This means you factor out the 16, giving you 16[y^2-(1/2)y+(1/16)]=0, this gives you a perfect square trinomial, so you can see that it's just (16)[(y+(1/4))^2]

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