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Did I do this right: (x-5y) (x-5y) x^2-5xy-5xy+25 should this be my answer; x^2-10xy+25

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  1. DoomDude
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    yes

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  2. DoomDude
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    wait...

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    x^2 -10xy+25y^2 right?

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    do like x(x-5y)-5y(x-5y) x^2-5xy-5xy+25y^2 x^2-10xy+25y^2

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    ya...

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  6. TVo_12
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    teacher said to write it twice.

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    there should be y^2 in 25

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    when you do 5y x 5y the two "y" are doubled

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  9. TVo_12
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    how

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  10. DoomDude
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    because you are multiplying the fives, and the y's

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    i did it, have a look @TVo_12

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  12. radar
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    5y times 5y is 25y^2

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    x(x-5y)-5y(x-5y) x^2-5xy-5xy+25y^2 x^2-10xy+25y^2

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  14. DoomDude
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    indeed it is

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  15. TVo_12
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    thanks

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