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  • one year ago

How do you identify perfect square trinomials and difference of square binomials? Explain hot to separate factors

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  1. anonymous
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    REALLY NEED HELP

  2. anonymous
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    To Identify perfect square trinomials. The first term is a positive perfect square. Last term is a positive perfect square, and the middle term is twice the product of the square root of the first term and the square root of the third term.

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    http://web.cerritos.edu/mtorres/SitePages/60%20-%20Elementary%20Algebra/M60-Day1-Stuff/Perfect_Sq._Trinomia%28Mata%29.pdf if you need more help on the trinomials as for binomials. A binomial is a Difference of Squares if both terms are perfect squares. A^2 - B^2 = (A - B)(A + B) So for either of these two yes, we have a difference of squares. x^2 - 25 16^4 - 100 but this one 50^2 - 72 neither 50^2 or 72 are perfect squares so you wouldn't have a different of squares. Does that help?

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    yes thank you!

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    no problem~

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