Help. I'm having trouble solving this one.

x2-12xy+36y2

Help. I'm having trouble solving this one.

x2-12xy+36y2

x2-12xy+36y2

- Martingale
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aretuta wrote:Help.

I'm having trouble solving this one.

x2-12xy+36y2

and

so

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aretuta wrote:x2-12xy+36y2

For an explanation of the method used in the solution provided in the previous reply, try

That's the answer I got as well.

I understand where I messed up though.

The reason why I got confused is because when I checked my answer

I forgot the rule about adding the terms and not increasing the degree on exponents.

(Don't know if that made sense.)

But thank you so much!!!

I understand where I messed up though.

The reason why I got confused is because when I checked my answer

I forgot the rule about adding the terms and not increasing the degree on exponents.

(Don't know if that made sense.)

But thank you so much!!!