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  • one year ago

Which of the following is same as 3a square. A 3a+3a B 3+a square C a square+2a square D a square*2a square

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    A

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    I thought that it is c

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    No, it would be A because if you have 3 squared, then it is just 3 times 3. If you have 15 squared, it is just 15 times 15. So, if you have 3a squared, then the answer is 3a times 3a. Please give me a medal/best response if this helped you out!

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