How to Factor a Perfect Square Trinomial?

Answer A polynomial is a set of at least two terms grouped together with a plus or minus sign between them. A term is either a number, variable or a combination of a number multiplied by a variable. A tri... Read More »

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How to Factor a Trinomial Square?

A trinomial square is typically known as a quadratic equation. Quadratic equations are written in the form ax^2 + bx + c, where a, b and c represent integers and x can be any variable (See Referenc... Read More »

How to Find a Perfect Square Trinomial?

A trinomial is a polynomial, or algebraic expression with exactly three terms. A perfect square trinomial is one that has a squared first term, a squared last term, and the middle term is the sum o... Read More »

How to Factor Perfect Square Binomials?

A perfect square binomial is an algebraic expression consisting of three terms in which the coefficient expands to its product, or square. For example, the binomial (a + b) expands to a^2 + 2ab + b... Read More »

How to Factor a Simple Trinomial?

A trinomial is a type of algebraic expression containing three terms separated by plus or minus signs. Typically students learn how to factor simple trinomials, also known as quadratics, in eighth ... Read More »