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The product is

(the product of the first term of each)plus

(the product of the last term of each) plus

(the product of the first term of the first and the last term of the second) plus

(the product of the first term of the second and the last term of the first).

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(2y-x)^2

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What is the sum and difference pattern for the product of two binomials?

a²-b²


You can find the product of any two binomials using what property?

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You can find the product of any two binomials using the property?

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When is the product of two binomials also a binomial?

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What does it mean when it says write each polynomial as the product of two binomials?

It means that the question has been written by someone who does not know what the word "polynomial" means, or else that this is a copy-and-paste by someone who knows even less! Only a trinomial can be written as a product of two binomials. No polynomial of any other order can!


How do you use algebra tiles to multiply two binomials?

Explain how I would use algebra times to multiply two binomials (FOIL)?


Will the product of two binomials always equal a trinomial?

no, because some examples are: (a-2)(a+2) = a^2-4 (binomial) & (a+b)(c-d) = ac-ad+bc-db (polynomial) but can 2 binomials equal to a monomial?


Will the product of two binomials after combining like terms always be trinomial?

No. A counter-example proves the falsity: Consider the two binomials (x + 2) and (x - 2). Then (x + 2)(x - 2) = x2 - 2x + 2x - 4 = x2 - 4 another binomial.


How do you write two binomials whose product is a difference of squares?

The two binomials can be written as (x - a)(x + a), for any constant a. Proof: Expand using FOIL: (x - a)(x + a) = x2 + xa - xa - a2 Group: (x - a)(x + a) = x2 - a2 x2 - a2 is a difference of squares. Thus, the product of (x - a) and (x + a) is a difference of squares.

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