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 -4 squared and (-4) squared 2009-09-29 Andrea pose la question :Is -4 squared the same as (-4) squared? I am thinking the first is -16 and the second is +16. I am trying to clarify for my students.Penny Nom lui répond. Using FOIL for (2x - 6)^2 2007-05-18 TONI pose la question :I am having a problem finding examples of how to solve (2x-6)^2.Stephen La Rocque lui répond. Squaring numbers 2006-10-08 Timothy pose la question :did anyone ever try to teach that the easiest way to find the next square in a group of numbers is to add the next odd number in the sequence. for example: 1 squared is 1, 2 squared is 4,difference of 3.the next odd number is 5 so the next square would be 4 +5 or 9Paul Betts and Penny Nom lui répond. (a+b) squared and a squared plus b squared 2001-11-14 Kristen pose la question : (a+b)2 = a2 + b2 Is this true for all whole numbers, and why? Penny Nom lui répond. Squaring the circle 2001-10-23 Margaret pose la question :I have the following question that I cannot answer on my own (I don't know where to begin): Is it possible construct a square whose area will equal the area of a given circle? Please Explain why or why not. Penny Nom lui répond.

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