The answer is 3 but I don't know the solution.

The answer is 3 but I don't know the solution.

The answer is 33 but I don't the fast solution.

(Binomial expansions with non-perfect squares) The example demonstrates the following expansion: (x + 2)(y+2) = xy + 2(x + y) + 4

How many integers between 89,992 and 251,000 are perfect squares?

to make the expression a perfect square, what do you do? How do you know what numbers to use?

y^2 + 6y + How do i make it a perfect square

x^211x+ x^2 -15x+ s^2- 2/3s + h^2-3/4h+

Find the constant term that should be added to the expression to form a perfect square trinomial. Write the resulting perfect square trinomial in factored form

try to solve but failed..

pls help find the perfect square, not sure if i understand it

what would the first 10 perfect square numbers?