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Q: How do you solve x squared minus 4 y squared?

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Your Problem: X - 4 = ?Current Problem: 3 [squared] - 4 = ?How: When a numbered is squared, it means you multiply it against itself. So, 3 squared equals 3x3.3x3 = 9So, you would then take 9 and minus it by 4, which would than equal 5.Answer:3 [squared] - 4 = 5or9 - 4 = 5

Solve this problem -x squared -40x- 80 =0

3x2 when x = 2 is the answer 3 X 4 = 12 or is the answer (3 X 2)2 = 62 = 36

(x-1)(x-4)

By factoring I get x-3 divided by x+3

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The answer to x2 - 2x - 4y2 - 4y =(x - 2y)(x - 2y - 2)

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Your Problem: X - 4 = ?Current Problem: 3 [squared] - 4 = ?How: When a numbered is squared, it means you multiply it against itself. So, 3 squared equals 3x3.3x3 = 9So, you would then take 9 and minus it by 4, which would than equal 5.Answer:3 [squared] - 4 = 5or9 - 4 = 5

2x squared minus 5x minus 3 factored is (2x+1)(x-3).

Solve this problem -x squared -40x- 80 =0

(x - 5)(x + 4)

If x squared -10 = 0 then x = the square root of 10

(x+4)(x-7)

The question contains an expression, not an equation or inequality. There is nothing to solve in an expression.

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So u have the function x2-4=0 Now because 4 is a squared number, its square root is 2 (x+2)(x-2)=0

Solve using the quadratic formula

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