Brooke Huntley, Week 2, Concept Check

Brooke Huntley, Week 2, Concept Check - first expression is...

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Concept Check Brooke Huntley Mat/117 12/18/2010 Nathan Bickel
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The formula for the difference of squares is A^2-B^2=(a+b)(a-b). To recognize a difference of squares look at A^2-B^2: in order for a binomial to be a difference of squares there must be two expressions, both squares; the terms must have different signs. If the
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