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Q: How would you write 3 times the sum of x and y squared plus 5 times the difference of 2x and y in verbal exprestion?

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3x2 can be called "three times x squared", "three x squared", or "three times x to the power of two".

Three times the difference of a and m divided by twice their sum is equal to 6(a squared - m squared). 3(a - m)/2(a + m)

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(3y2)4*3y2*3y2*3y2*3y2 = 38*y16 = 6561y16

16 to the 4th power, or 16 x 16 x 16 x 16 = 65,536

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3x2 can be called "three times x squared", "three x squared", or "three times x to the power of two".

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Three times the difference of a and m divided by twice their sum is equal to 6(a squared - m squared). 3(a - m)/2(a + m)

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36 squared times 24 squared is equal to 746,496.

ANSWER: x2 - y2 = (x + y) (x - y)Let:x = 1st numbery = 2nd numberdifference of two squares = x2 - y2factors of x2 - y2 = (x + y) (x - y)

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(3y2)4*3y2*3y2*3y2*3y2 = 38*y16 = 6561y16

Let n be the number. Then it's 3(n2 - 82).

16 to the 4th power, or 16 x 16 x 16 x 16 = 65,536

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