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what are 2 binomials whose product is x^2-25?? please help

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  1. AnimalAin Group Title
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    Difference of squares. \[a^2-b^2=(a+b)(a-b) \]

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  2. KE8717504 Group Title
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    Ok so what would that make the binomials?

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  3. KE8717504 Group Title
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    I just hate binomials i can't ever get them.

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  4. lgbasallote Group Title
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    a+ b <---first binomial a - b<---second binomial just substitue a and b to the right values

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  5. KE8717504 Group Title
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    Yes that's what I am having trouble finding though. Because the question states write 2 binomials whose product is x squared - 25

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  6. KE8717504 Group Title
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    I have no clue, i know that sounds stupid

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  7. KE8717504 Group Title
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    I just hate doing math anyways so it's confusing to me even when i do binomials.

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  8. lgbasallote Group Title
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    okay here's a hint \[a^2 - b^2 \implies (a+b)(a-b)\] so \[x^2 - 4 \implies (x + 2)(x-2)\] \[x^2 - 9 \implies (x+3)(x-3)\] \[x^2 - 16 \implies (x+4)(x-4)\] are you getting it now?

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  9. KE8717504 Group Title
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    so a bionomial for x squared -25 could be (x+5)?

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  10. lgbasallote Group Title
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    yes that's one of the binomials...what's the other?

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  11. KE8717504 Group Title
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    would it be (x-5)?

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  12. lgbasallote Group Title
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    yes. the binomials for x^2 - 25 is (x+5)(x-5) congrats

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  13. KE8717504 Group Title
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    well see when i typed that in my program on my computer i have to do this math on it said it was incorrect

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  14. lgbasallote Group Title
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    that's why i hate those computers lol. so picky

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  15. lgbasallote Group Title
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    try putting them in one by one

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  16. KE8717504 Group Title
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    i did i tried the x + 5 first

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  17. lgbasallote Group Title
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    shouldnt make a difference but...try putting x-5 first?

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  18. KE8717504 Group Title
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    Should I put the ( ) or not?

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  19. KE8717504 Group Title
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    and it says type your answer in factor form so what would that be

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  20. lgbasallote Group Title
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    (x+5)(x-5)

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  21. lgbasallote Group Title
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    ^factor form

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  22. KE8717504 Group Title
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    so the (x+5)(x-5) is factor form?

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  23. lgbasallote Group Title
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    yes (x+5)(x-5) is factor form...

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  24. KE8717504 Group Title
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    can i ask you another math question

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  25. lgbasallote Group Title
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    sure

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  26. KE8717504 Group Title
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    The number of ways a teacher can award different prizes to 2 students in class having n students is given by the formula p(n)=n(n-1)

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  27. KE8717504 Group Title
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    use this formula to determeine the number of ways a teacher can award different prizes to 2 students in a class having 6 students

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  28. lgbasallote Group Title
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    substitute 6 into n in the formula

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  29. KE8717504 Group Title
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    then it says to rewrite the formula by multiplying the factors

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  30. lgbasallote Group Title
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    yes. substitute 6 into n in the formula...

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  31. KE8717504 Group Title
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    ok so the formula would be P(6)=6(6-1)?

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  32. lgbasallote Group Title
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    yes

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  33. KE8717504 Group Title
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    just a couple more questions i promise

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  34. KE8717504 Group Title
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    when i tried typing that the other way it said multiply the two factors of the expression for p(n) given in the problem statement to write the expression in a different way

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  35. lgbasallote Group Title
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    i dont get what you're asking

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  36. KE8717504 Group Title
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    It's just saying to rewrite the formula in a different way

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  37. KE8717504 Group Title
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    by multiplying the factors

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  38. lgbasallote Group Title
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    just substitute 6 into n...isnt that what you did?

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  39. KE8717504 Group Title
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    Yea i did that for the first answer but it's not right for the second one

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  40. lgbasallote Group Title
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    now multiply

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  41. lgbasallote Group Title
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    simplify it

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  42. KE8717504 Group Title
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    so the answer would be 30 right that simplified

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  43. KE8717504 Group Title
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    but that's not the formula

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  44. KE8717504 Group Title
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    can i give u my math xl login info and let you look at it?

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  45. lgbasallote Group Title
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    the formula is what you wrote first

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  46. lgbasallote Group Title
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    the simplified is the second answer

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  47. KE8717504 Group Title
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    So the first formula was p(n)=n(n-1) then it was P(6)=6(6-1) then it was P(6)=6(5) and then P(6)=30

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  48. lgbasallote Group Title
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    yes

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  49. KE8717504 Group Title
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    But when it said to multiply factors and write the formula over I have no idea

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  50. lgbasallote Group Title
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    multiply the factors means you multiply the factors <--that will give you 30 write the formula over is just copying the formula but substitute 6

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  51. KE8717504 Group Title
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    ok so my answer box already has P(N)= so i need to put 6 X 5

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  52. lgbasallote Group Title
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    if the start is p(n) = then you rewrite the formula... n(n-1)

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  53. KE8717504 Group Title
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    omg it said it wasn't in correct form that time but it was correct

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  54. lgbasallote Group Title
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    lol. these computers are confusing me now o.O

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  55. KE8717504 Group Title
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    I know right I don't know how to put it

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  56. lgbasallote Group Title
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    me neither.

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  57. lgbasallote Group Title
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    sorry kid. cant help you with your computer problems.

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  58. lgbasallote Group Title
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    i have to go now so i wish you luck that you finish this

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  59. KE8717504 Group Title
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    thanks soooo much for your help

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  60. lgbasallote Group Title
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    welcome

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