Q: What are the attributes of a polynomial expression that is a difference of squares?

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"Difference" implies subtraction. Example: The difference of 8 and 5 is 3 because 8 - 5 = 3. To determine if a polynomial is the difference you probably have to subtract one polynomial from another and check if your answer matches a given polynomial. To clarify the above, the polynomial should be able to be factorised into two distinct factors. For example x^2 - y^2 = (x + y)(x - y). This is the difference of two squares.

(9x + 5)(9x - 5) That is a special polynomial called the difference of 2 squares

First determine if both of the terms are squares. You can determine numerical squares by taking the square root. If the answer is a whole number, it's a square. All even numbered exponents are squares. If the sign between them indicates subtraction, you have a "difference of squares."

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It is x^2 -4 = (x-2)(x+2) when factored and it is the difference of two squares

(F-G)(F+G) The difference of two squares.

This expression is the difference of squares. It can be factored to (9 - 7n4)(9 + 7n4)

There is a formula for the difference of squares. In this case, the answer is (C + D)(C - D)

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There is a formula for the "difference of squares." In this case, the answer is (5x - 6)(5x + 6)

what is the process of writing a expression as a product? is it Factoring, Quadractic equation, perfect Square trinomial or difference of two squares

actor a GCF from the expression, if possible. Factor a Trinomial, if possible. Factor a Difference Between Two Squares as many times as possible.

The only squares I can think of related to life is "three squares", as in the expression, "All I need are 3 squares and a bed." That expression means, "All I need are three nutritious meals and a place to sleep."

The difference of two squares is equivalent to the sum, times the difference, of the numbers that are squared. In symbols: a2 - b2 = (a + b)(a - b) Here is an example with numbers: 102 - 92 = (10+9)(10-9)

You can use the formula for factoring the difference of two squares in this case.

You can factor a polynomial using one of these steps: 1. Factor out the greatest common monomial factor. 2. Look for a difference of two squares or a perfect square trinomial. 3. Factor polynomials in the form ax^2+bx+c into a product of binomials. 4. Factor a polynomial with 4 terms by grouping.

This is a difference of two square, so you can apply the factoring rule for the difference of two squares.

x**2+0x-25 --> (x+5)(x-5)

(c - 3d - 2)(c - 3d + 2)

(c - 3d - 2)(c - 3d + 2)

The difference of 2 squares ca n be expressed as: x2 - y2

x2 - 25This expression is the difference of squares. Thus:x2 - 52(x + 5)(x - 5).

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