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Mat 117 Week Two Concept Check

Mat 117 Week Two Concept Check - example of this would be...

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Week Two Concept Check Square integers are when an integer is multiplied by itself or powered times 2, therefore  if a polynomial expression is square factored at one end and or has a square difference to the  other end of the expression, you can determine that it is the difference of two squares. An 
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Unformatted text preview: example of this would be x²-25. The x² is squared because it is to the second power or multiplied by itself and the second part is a sum of a square (5x5). Loretta Campbell August 29, 2011...
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