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    \[\left( x+5 \right)^{2}\]

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  2. mathslover
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    is anything given for Right Hand side ?

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    like : \[\large{(x+5)^2=0}\] ?

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    no i have to factor it.

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    You can write like this : (x+5)(x+5) .. or it is better in (x+5)^2

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    already factored

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    you basicly have to "unfactor" it.

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    like:

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  9. mathslover
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    ok so it will be ; (a+b)^2 = a^2+b^2+2ab put a = x and b = 5

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    \[20c ^{2}+23c -21\]

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    \[\large{(x+5)^2=x^2+25+2(x)(25)}\]

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    and unfactor it.

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  13. mathslover
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    oops I meant : \[\large{x^2+25+2(x)(5) }\]

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  14. andriod09
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    you mean: \[(x ^{2}+10x+25)\]

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    yes

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