Hey guys and Gals. I have two factoring problems here and they don't seem to be factor-able. I might be wrong. A simple yes or no will do just fine. ^_^ 1. 2. Thanks for your simple yes or no answers- ^_^
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Originally Posted by cpuboye11 Hey guys and Gals. I have two factoring problems here and they don't seem to be factor-able. I might be wrong. A simple yes or no will do just fine. ^_^ 1. 2. Thanks for your simple yes or no answers- ^_^ yes both are factorable 1. 2
Originally Posted by 11rdc11 yes both are factorable 1. 2 hey thanks a lot. I didn't need you to do that !!
Originally Posted by 11rdc11 yes both are factorable 1. 2 may I ask how you did the second one?
Originally Posted by cpuboye11 Hey guys and Gals. I have two factoring problems here and they don't seem to be factor-able. I might be wrong. A simple yes or no will do just fine. ^_^ 1. is a "perfect square"- it is . So is a "difference of squares"- it is and so can be factored as a "sum and difference": 2. Same idea: Thanks for your simple yes or no answers- ^_^
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