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mikaa_toxica13 Group Title

Find the product of (x + 5)2. x2 − 10x + 25 x2 − 25 x2 + 25 x2 + 10x + 25

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  1. scoutman15 Group Title
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    2x+10

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  2. mikaa_toxica13 Group Title
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    explain.

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  3. skullpatrol Group Title
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    You should type a "^" if you mean $$(x+5)^2$$

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  4. skullpatrol Group Title
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    (x + 5)2 = (x+5)*2

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  5. mikaa_toxica13 Group Title
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    ok

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  6. skullpatrol Group Title
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    @mikaa_toxica13 As long as you understand; that is what is important ;-)

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  7. mikaa_toxica13 Group Title
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    okay well i never really said i did :/

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    Please ask questions :-(

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  9. mikaa_toxica13 Group Title
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    okay, can u please fully explain it

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  10. skullpatrol Group Title
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    I did explain the FOIL method to you remember?

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  11. mikaa_toxica13 Group Title
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    yes

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  12. skullpatrol Group Title
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    These type of questions are a "special case" of that general method.

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  13. mikaa_toxica13 Group Title
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    ok

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  14. mikaa_toxica13 Group Title
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    can u explain this particular question please.

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  15. skullpatrol Group Title
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    Sure.

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  16. skullpatrol Group Title
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    $$(x + 5)^2 = (x+5)(x+5)$$

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  17. skullpatrol Group Title
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    |dw:1360005721425:dw|

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    |dw:1360005844887:dw|

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    Can you get the answer from there?

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