MAT117 Week Two Concept Check

MAT117 Week Two Concept Check - squares and the variables...

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Cathy Bandelow Week Two Concept Check MAT117/Angela Marshall Difference means subtracting one from another. The difference of two squares is one square subtracted from another. Any polynomial with opposite signs on the terms is the difference of two squares. The terms must be a perfect square, which means the co-efficients need to be
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Unformatted text preview: squares and the variables are perfect squares. A couple reminders when finding the difference of two squares is that the equation consists of two terms and not three. Common factors should be factored out first....
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