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A perfect square is a binomial squared, like (x+3)^2. You would calculate this by remembering: Square the first, twice the product, square the last. So x^2 (square the first), plus 6x (twice the product), plus 9 (square the last), so we get x^2+6x+9. We can factor this in reverse to see that this is a perfect square. With this simple trick, you can solve for perfect squares.

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If the trnomial is of the form ax^2 + bx + c where a <> 0, then it is a necessary and sufficient condition that b^2 = 4ac.

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