How do you determine if a factoring problem will use the difference of two squares? Choose the correct answer below. A. The problem will have two terms. It will be in the form...

How do you determine if a factoring problem will use the difference of two squares? Choose the correct answer below. A. The problem will have two terms. It will be in the form...

We have to find factored form then multiply the factors.

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The numbers don't have to be whole numbers, and I'm pretty sure they can be negative as well

9q2-18q+8

Factor x^5-y^5

3x^2-15x^8

value of one side of the square: x value of length of rectangle: 2x-3 value of width of rectangle: x-2

factor. Use factoring by grouping even though it would seem reasonable to first combine like terms . 6s^2+4s+9s+6=

I don't know how to solve using factoring

I know the basic concept but cant do this one

X2-81 12(x-9) and (x-9)2, are both acceptable?

81x^2+90x+25

Determine the integer values of n for which n^2-18n+45 is a prime number.

In Algebra 1 I am given the following problem: Factor completely: (y - a)x2 - 100(y - a) Please help me.

A rectangle has an area of 24 square inches. The width is represented by x-3 and the length is x+2. Find the dimensions.

The length of a rectangle is 3 cm more than the width. The area is 70 cm squared. Find the dimensions on the rectangle

Find the dimensions on the proposed flower garden

I know we have to use a common factor "4" but I'm lost from there.

u^2-8u-9 thanks