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\[\huge\rm (10+1)^2-52\] like this /

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i guess it's \[\huge\rm (10+1)^2 -5^2\]right ?

if yes then start with the parentheses
add those two numbers inthe parentheses and then take square

I tried and got -41?

how did you get -41?
explain plz :=)

what was ur first step ?

hold on before you respond . let me double check please first

2 is an exponent right ?

yes

\[(11)^2-5^2\]
11 times 11- 5 times 5

ok I did 11*11 and 5*2 then I did 121-10 and got 111

no wait I did 5*5 the n I got 96

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so c? yea thanks!

yep no problem :=)