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add both terms to get multiply both terms to get add twice the product of
Points Received:1 of 1 Comments:Question 4.Question :In the video Example 36, Multiplying Polynomials: Binomial Binomial,which is located in the media section of Chapter 4, the presenter uses a method called FOIL to multiply the binomials.x
Points Received:1 of 1 Comments:Question 5.Question :The presenter of Slideshow, Add Polynomials, which is located in the media section of Chapter 4, states that to find the sum, we remove the grouping symbols and ______.
Points Received:1 of 1 Comments:Week 51.Question :In the video, Factoring a Perfect Square Trinomial, which is located in the media section of Chapter 5, the formula for factoring a perfect square trinomial is a2+ 2ab + b2= (a – b) (a + b).
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Comments:Question 2.Question :When looking at the slideshow, Factoring with Two Variableswhich is located in the media section of Chapter 5, to get a product of –18y2and a sum of 3y, use ____ and ____., Student Answer:–6y and 3y 6y and –3y –9y and 2y 9y and –2y
Points Received:0 of 1 Comments:Question 3.Question :When looking at the problem given in the Video Example 52 – Factor Out GCF of a Binomial, located in the media section of Chapter 5, we can check our work by multiplying the answer back to see if it matches the original problem.
Points Received:1 of 1 Comments:Question 4.Question :In the slideshow, Factoring a Difference of Two Squares, which is located in the media section of Chapter 5, the two squares in the first problem are:
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Comments:Question 5.Question :When looking at the problem given in the slideshow, Factoring a Difference of Two Squares, which is located in the media section of Chapter 5, the answer has the same thing written twice with the same signs.
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