MTH117B_ConceptCheck_week_2

MTH117B_ConceptCheck_week_2 - For example: -m^4 + m^4 which...

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MTH117B_Week_2_ConceptsCheck First of all, one has to analyze the problem by looking at it, the value which is the exponent. If the value is squared, then one is going in the correct direction. Second, for a polynomial to be the difference of two squares, one term must be negative in the binomial.
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Unformatted text preview: For example: -m^4 + m^4 which would also be rewritten as m^4 - m^4 Third, the exponent should and must be an even number. For example: m^4 Fourth, the number of the problems should and must also have perfect square answers. For example 16,9,36,49,81,100...
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This note was uploaded on 08/04/2010 for the course IT IT241 taught by Professor Mateko during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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