Factoring Difference of Squares

Factoring the Difference of Perfect Squaresa is a special product binomial. ^{2} – b^{2}It can be classified as the "difference of perfect squares" a factors into: (a – b)(a + b)^{2} – b^{2}4x ^{2} - 9 = ( - 3 ) ( 2x + 3 )Fill in the missing term. x ^{2} - 16 = ( x - 4 ) ( x + )Fill in the missing term. x ^{2} - 121 = ( x - ) ( x + 11 )Fill in the missing term. 9x ^{2} - 4 = ( 3x 2 ) ( 3x + 2 )Fill in the missing sign. x ^{2} - 36 = ( - ) ( x + 6 )Fill in the missing terms. 9x ^{2} - 25 = ( - ) ( + )Fill in the missing terms. 16x ^{2} - 81 = ( - ) ( + )Fill in the missing terms. x ^{2}y^{2} - 100 = ( - ) ( + )Fill in the missing terms. Factor the expression. 49x ^{2} - 25y^{2}(7x – 5y)(7x – 5y) (7x – 5)(7x + 5) (7x – 5y)(7x + 5y) can not be factored Factor the expression. x ^{2} + 9y^{2}(x + 3y)(x – 3y) (x – 3y)(x + 3y) (x – 3y)(x – 3y) can not be factored Factoring the Difference of Perfect Squaresa is a special product binomial. ^{2} – b^{2}It can be classified as the "difference of perfect squares" a factors into: (a – b)(a + b)^{2} – b^{2} |

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