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No, unless "a" happens to be equal to 0, or to 1.

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(b-4) squared

It is: (B -10)(B +10) when factored

To evaluate it you need to know both b and a. But it is possible to factorise it as follows: b2-a2 = (b-a)*(b+a)

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Same as (A-B)x(A+B)

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(2a - b)(2a + b)

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(b-4) squared

B squared equals c squared minus a squared then to find B take the square root of you answer for b squared

(b-c)(a+b)-ac

It is: (B -10)(B +10) when factored

To evaluate it you need to know both b and a. But it is possible to factorise it as follows: b2-a2 = (b-a)*(b+a)

It simplifies to 5a+4 !

(a - 2b)(2a - b)

(b + 8)(b - 1)

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