What is factored version of b^2-16

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What is factored version of b^2-16

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hint1: 16 is a perfect square; 16 = 4^2 hint2: a^2 - b^2 = (a-b)*(a+b) is the difference of squares rule
B-4 ??
that's part of it

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(B-4)(b-4) ??
example: 9x^2 - 25 = (3x)^2 - 5^2 = (3x-5)(3x+5)
(b-4)(b-4) is close but not quite there
(B-4)(b+4)
yes
I recommend expanding that out to confirm the answer
Thank you :) can you help with a couple more??
sure
Y^2-2y-15 Would it be (y-5)(y+3) ?
you are correct
Okay :) what about 3x^2+9x?
hint: factor out the GCF
Would it be (x+3)^2
hint: \[\Large 3x^2 + 9x\] \[\Large 3x*x + 3x*3\] \[\Large \color{red}{3x}*x + \color{red}{3x}*3\]
X+3 ??
do you see how there's the common factor of 3x? we can factor it out to get 3x(x+3) if you distribute the 3x back in, you should get the original expression back
X^2+3
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I understand that
ok great
Could you explain how to find the answer?
Wait is the answer 3x(x+3) ??
yeah it's as factored as much as possible
Thank you :) I have 3 more questions for you okay?
ok start a new question to avoid clutter
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