B squared -4ac is the discriminant. you get 0, which means it will have one rational solution.
It is the same as: x^2 +2x +1 and it is (x+1)(x+1) when factored
x[x+1] squared Simplified is, to my knowledge, x squared plus ( x + 1) squared
1 squared plus 8 squared or 4 squared plus 7 squared
1 squared (1x1) +3=4
Yes. 'sin2x + cos2x = 1' is one of the most basic identities in trigonometry.
Yes. I assume you mean (x2 + y2) / (a2 + b2) = 1. Set all the variables to the same value - for example, all equal to one - and you have a valid solution.
8 + X SQUARED
No, they do not.
1 + cot2x = csc2x
still 1The square root of 1 is plus or minus 1. √1 = ± 1 The reason is that 12 = 1 and -12 = 1. (Either 1 squared or minus 1 squared equals one.)
yes 1 + cot x^2 = csc x^2
(6x + 1)(x + 1)
sixteen m squared plus eight m plus 1
It is not possible - you can't have two numbers that multiply to get one but add up to four
4x2 + 1 + x2 + 3 = 5x2 + 4
This expression factors as x -1 quantity squared.
No because no 2 numbers can be squared to equal 4. 1 squared is 1 2 squared is 4 so the lowest answer is 5.
2x squared plus 2x plus xy plus y or 2x(x+1) + y(x+1) or (x+1)(2x+y)
25 squared plus 49 squared is equal to 3,026.
it would be 1 fourth multiplied by quanity d squared plus 3d plus 9 (1/4)(d2 + 3d + 4)