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Part 1: Create a difference of squares binomial or a perfect square trinomial that can be factored multiple times. (1 point) Part 2: Provide the factors of this polynomial. (2 points) Part 3: Explain, in complete sentences, the process you used to create the binomial/trinomial. (2 points) I know how to make a difference of squares binomial and perfect squares one, but some parts of the question are unclear to me so yeah.

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All right. Where are you confused here?
Can you create one on your own, Lou?
Yeah Difference of squares- (r+2)(r-2) Perfect squares- (r+7)^2

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That's right. You already completed part II!
How about Part III?
Um, I used my brain and rememberd difference of squares is always (a+b)(a-b) and perfect squares is always (a+b)^2 or (a-b)^2 and came up with one.
remembered* and would that just be it?
That's totally correct :) Yes.
lol oh okay :)
Just write something like: I made an expression in the form \(a^2 - b^2\), or \((a + b)^2\)(in the case of a perfect square).
Wait hey what would be part I? would I just multiply what I did for part II to get it?
K parth :)
Like you said: (r + 2)(r - 2) and (r + 2)^2
Though, multiply it out to simplify it.
K that's what I thought :) thx a ton! :)
You're welcome!

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