Perfect Square Trinomial?

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Perfect square trinomials are the trinomials of the form a2 ± 2ab + b2, which can be articulated as squares of binomials. For example, x2 + 4x + 4 is a perfect square trinomial since it can be written as (x + 2)2. Every perfect square trinomial must have the form a² + 2ab + b².
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1. Calculate the square root of the first term of the perfect square trinomial 16x^2 - 24x + 9. The square root of 16x^2 equals 4x. 2. Calculate the square root of the last term of
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( ¦pər·fikt trī¦nō·mē·əl ′skwer ) (mathematics) A trinomial that is the exact square of a binomial.
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a. 2. x. 2. 2abx + b. 2. where a and b are any integers.
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Perfect trinomial square. 6xsquared+7x+2.
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