anonymous
  • anonymous
The product of (a + b)(a − b) is a perfect square trinomial.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Sometimes Always Never
ZeHanz
  • ZeHanz
If you FOIL it: First: a*a = a² Outer: a*(-b) = -ab Inner: b*a = ab Last: b*(-b) = -b² Add up everything: a² + -ab + ab + b². What do you think about the middle two terms?
anonymous
  • anonymous
theyre the same?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
it expands to a^2-b^2 so it never a trinomial
anonymous
  • anonymous
So its never?
anonymous
  • anonymous
never cuzz the middle terms cancel out meaning you always get a binomial, not a trinomial
anonymous
  • anonymous
ohhhh okay :) thank you!
ZeHanz
  • ZeHanz
The middle two terms cancel: -ab+ab=0, so you are left with only a²-b². So never a trinomial; there are only two terms.
gahm8684
  • gahm8684
for anyone lookin at this the answer is not never
Hahawowoh
  • Hahawowoh
its not always cause I just got it wrong

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