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Q: What is the pattern of square of trinomial?
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How can you tell if a trinomial is a perfect square?

A trinomial is perfect square if it can be factored into the form

Are all trinomial are perfect square?


Example of square of a trinomial?

If you want to know how to square a trinomial, you should first know the basic. (a+b+c)^2=? you have to square the first three terms then multiply 2 to the last three terms. All you have to do is to remember that a square of trinomial has 6 terms in the answer

What can a perfect square trinomial can be factored as?

It can be factored as the SQUARE OF A BINOMIAL

Is this trinomial a trinomial square 49y2 - 35y plus 6?

Factors are (7y - 3)(7y - 2) so it's not a perfect square.

When do you say that a trinomial is a perfect square?

A trinomial is perfect square if it can be factored into the form (a+b)2 So a2 +2ab+b2 would work.

How do you complete the square to make a binomial a perfect-square trinomial?

The binomial usually has an x2 term and an x term, so we complete the square by adding a constant term. If the coefficient of x2 is not 1, we divide the binomial by that coefficient first (we can multiply the trinomial by it later). Then we divide the coefficient of x by 2 and square that. That is the constant that we need to add to get the perfect square trinomial. Then just multiply that trinomial by the original coefficient of x2.

Is m2 plus 4m-4 a trinomial square?


Is 49y2-35 plus 6 a trinomial square?


Which of the following constants can be added to x2 - 10x to form a perfect square trinomial?


What are the 5 kinds of factoring?

the 5 kinds of factoring are common monomial factor, difference of two cubes, quadratic trinomial, perfect square trinomial,and difference of two square.

A definition of a perfect square trinomial?

A perfect square trinomial is looking for compatible factors that would fit in the last term when multiplied and in the second term if added/subtracted (considering the signs of each polynomials).* * * * *A simpler answer is: write the trinomial in the form ax2 + bx + c. Then, if b2 = 4ac, it is a perfect square.