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Identifying Trinomials That Are Perfect Squares
This Demonstration allows students and teachers to create trinomials of the form
, where
,
, and
are integers, and to check whether the trinomials are perfect squares.
Contributed by:
Alvaro Jose Ibarra Rivas
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Identifying Trinomials That Are Perfect Squares
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/IdentifyingTrinomialsThatArePerfectSquares/
Contributed by:
Alvaro Jose Ibarra Rivas
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