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Q: How do you factor the perfect square binomial?

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It is not possible for a perfect square to have just 2 terms.

It can be factored as the SQUARE OF A BINOMIAL

Remember to factor out the GCF of the coefficients if there is one. A perfect square binomial will always follow the pattern a squared plus or minus 2ab plus b squared. If it's plus 2ab, that factors to (a + b)(a + b) If it's minus 2ab, that factors to (a - b)(a - b)

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One is a perfect square that is a factor of 7.

4 is the perfect square for the factor 12.

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The largest perfect square factor of 48 is 16.

All numbers have factors. Some factors are perfect squares. We call these perfect square factors. 9 is a perfect square factor of 27.

A factor of a perfect square trinomial is eithera number that is a factor of each term of the trinomial,a binomial that is a factor of the trinomial, ora product of the above two.For example, consider 4x2 + 8x + 4It has the factors2 or 4,(x + 1) or2x+2 = 2*(x+1) or 4x+4 = 4*(x+1)

1,290 is not a perfect square. The approximate square root is ± 35.916569992136

We need to know what number the square is a factor of.

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