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Q: How do you factor 4a squared minus b squared?

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4aa-bb fits the special type of polynomial in the form of x**2-y**2 which can be rewritten as (x-y)(x+y) sqrt(4aa) = 2a sqrt(bb) = b (2a-b)(2a+b)

(a + b)2 - 100 = (a + b + 10)(a + b - 10).

Remember to factor out the GCF of the coefficients if there is one. A perfect square binomial will always follow the pattern a squared plus or minus 2ab plus b squared. If it's plus 2ab, that factors to (a + b)(a + b) If it's minus 2ab, that factors to (a - b)(a - b)

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