Study guides

Q: What is x y squared?

Write your answer...

Submit

Related questions

(x2 - y2)/(x - y) = (x + y)(x - y)/(x - y) = x + y

it is (x-y)(x-y) :)

Only when X or Y = 0 That is because (x + y) squared = x^2 + 2xy + y^2 x^2 + 2xy + y^2 = x^2 + y^2 when x or y = 0

X + y

The factoring is as follows: x2 - y2 = (x + y) * (x - y)

(x+y)2

-1

multiply by 2y/x

The GCF is xy

Y squared (Y^2)

(x, y) = (-3, -3) or (3, 3)

(a + x^2)(b + y^2)

5(x^2 + y)

C2x + C2y = C2(x + y)

The GCF is xy.

-8

2

That can be true when "x" and "y" are both zero, or both 1.

If you mean: (2x-7y)(x+y) then it is 2x squared -5xy -7y squared

x(y - 1)(y + 1)

General formula for a circle is X squared + Y squared = radius squared. So the answer would be x squared + y squared = 2.64575131 squared

You have to put your heart into it!

X + Y (X + Y) ^2 = (X+Y)(X+Y) Factor = (X + Y)

x squared + y squared = z squared.

(x + y)(x + y)(x + y)

People also asked