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Misty Charnesky-Week Two Concept Check

Misty Charnesky-Week Two Concept Check - x2 49 81 and x6...

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Misty Charnesky-Week 2 Concept Check To determine if a polynomial is the difference of two squares you would look for an ending equation similar to - x2 y2 . There have to be two expressions within the equation that are squares. Some examples of squares are 4
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Unformatted text preview: x2 , 49, 81, and x6 . Another factor of finding out if a polynomial is the difference of two squares is to ensure that each term is opposite the other such as negative and positive. An example of this would be 4 x2-9, x2- 4, and 9 x2-14 ....
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