how to factor perfect squares

How To Factor The Difference Of Two Perfect Squares

Welcome back to our blog on how to, today we’ll learn how to factor the difference of two perfect squares. First we need to understand what a perfect square is. A square number, sometimes known as a perfect square, is an integer that is the square of another integer; in other words, it is the product of two integers. 16is a square number, for example, because it equals 4 times 4. There are also expressions with perfect squares and in the video below, we’ll find out how to factor them.


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Tayib Salami

Welcome to My name is Tayib Salami and I earned my degree in Math from Hood College in Frederick in 2008 and I  worked for Montgomery College Student Support Services Trio (SSS) as a math learning skills specialist. On this website, you will learn how to solve math problems and  get all the tutoring help you need if you're struggling with grasping math concepts.

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