Perfect Trinomial Square    Factoring      Fun Help     Game Tips: - Perfect squares are formed by multiplying a quantity times itself, as in (3)(3) =9 .    Here are six perfect squares: 16,  25,  (-6)2,  r2,  (y+3)2,   (2w-5t)2 . - A 'Perfect Trinomial Square' is the square of a binomial.    For example, the perfect trinomial a2+2ab+b2 can be formed from (a+b)2.    This means a2+2ab+b2 can be factored as (a+b)(a+b). - Similarly, the 'Perfect Trinomial Square'  a2-2ab+b2  can be factored into the two factors (a-b)(a-b).    If you check (a-b)(a-b) , it multiplies together to give you the perfect trinomial a2-2ab+b2.    [To review multiplying a binomial times a binomial see the other SliderMath games.] - The 'Perfect Trinomial Square'  y2+6y+9  can be factored as (y+3)(y+3). - The 'Perfect Trinomial Square'  4w2-20wt+25t2  can be factored as (2w-5t)(2w-5t). - Refresh/Reload the web page to start over again. - If the game doesn't respond to keyboard input,     click inside the game area to reset the game's focus. - The score report automatically appears after you have made 10 choices. - The Factors score is based on your choices only and does not count the helicopter hits. - The Game score is reduced by the number of helicopter hits. - The game speeds up as your score increases. Adjust this with the - and + keys. More SliderMath   Copyright © All Rights Reserved.
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