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Which polynomial is a difference of two squares?
x^2 + 25
x^2 − 25
x^2 − 10
x^2 + 10

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Meinme

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b

mikaa_toxica13

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explain

juanjohnguy

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You notice that b can actually be turned into x^2 -5^2

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yeah right @juanjohnguy

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Difference of two numbers means one number subtracted from the other number.
x^2 is the square of x. 25 = 5^2, and 5^2 is the square of 5. So this is the difference of x^2 and 5^2, the difference of two squares.

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