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I have the answer just not the steps!
Part A:(2x -3)^2
Part B:(4x+3y)(4x−3y)

Do you know these?
\[a^2-b^2=(a-b)(a+b)
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(a+b)^2=a^2+2ab+b^2\]

Can you help me work it ut step by step plz

*out

What is the square root of the first term, \(4x^2\)?

2x^2?

*square root of 4

I am confused

Do you understand that\[x \times x = x^2\]

yes

OK. So the square root of \(x^2\) is \(x\). OK with that?

oh okay.

Yes

OK. So now you need the square root of the last term, +9. What is it?

Minus.

Keep in mind that this technique only works for factoring a perfect square trinomial.

Yes, you are correct. Very well done!

Thank you!

You're welcome.

@ospreytriple can you help with 1 more?

quadratic formula?

OK. Go ahead. What do you get?

Can you refresh me on the formula.

can you help me through this one

I am really confused.

Have you used the quadratic formula before?

Just learning it.

OK. I'll help you set it up.

is it -5?

One second. I'm working it out...

okay ;]

Wait is it...
x = 4 and x = -1/4.

Yayyyy! You got it. Those are the x-intercepts, \(x=4\) and \(x=-\frac{1}{4}\)

Yay :V.
can you help with part B and C too?

Part c is correct?

Yes.

Oh. I wrote that down for notes rofl

Thank you!

You're welcome