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sktjell Group Title

uhm anyone wanna give it a go?

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    Both B and C are correct.

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    Remember that when you square a negative (namely the -5), it becomes positive, so both the 5 and the -5 are the answers.

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    if you have x²- a constant if the constant is a square number then this falls into a difference of two squares difference of two squares is (x+y)(x-y) because it cancels out to be x²-y²

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    constant does not have to be a square number it is just easier to explain that way

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    THANKS GUYS @LyraElizabethAdams CAN U GIVE @amorfide A MEDAL PLEASE :)

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    You're very welcome. @sktjell - I'm not sure if you were meaning for me to give a medal, but, unfortunately, I already used mine up.

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