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anonymous
 one year ago
ight so im lost it says that The quadratic expression x^2cx+1x is a perfect square, and it can be factored as (xd)^2, . Both c and d are positive integers. but when i typed it in it says its not a perfect square so im lost on how to solve for c and d
anonymous
 one year ago
ight so im lost it says that The quadratic expression x^2cx+1x is a perfect square, and it can be factored as (xd)^2, . Both c and d are positive integers. but when i typed it in it says its not a perfect square so im lost on how to solve for c and d

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Nnesha
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0there isn't any d in the original equation is that a typo ?
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