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Q: How do you factor x squared minus 2 x y plus y squared?

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i think the answer is 1 X2+2xX-1 X=1 x times x = 1 plus (X times x) = 1 1+1 equals 2 minus one = 1Whoever above is, is wrong. the actual answer is X^(2)+2X-1: The part showing '^(2)' means to the power of two or squared on a computer.

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