- Perfect squares are formed by multiplying a quantity times itself, as in (3)(3) =9 .

Here are six perfect squares: 16, 25, (-6)

- A 'Perfect Trinomial Square' is the square of a binomial.

For example, the perfect trinomial a

This means a

- Similarly, the 'Perfect Trinomial Square' a

If you check (a-b)(a-b) , it multiplies together to give you the perfect trinomial a

[To review multiplying a binomial times a binomial see the other SliderMath games.]

- The 'Perfect Trinomial Square' y

- The 'Perfect Trinomial Square' 4w

- Your Score Report appears after you have made 10 choices.

- Your Game Score is reduced by the number of helicopter hits.

- To slow the game speed repeat tap/click on the word

- To increase the game speed repeat tap/click on the word Math.

- Speed can also be adjusted with a keyboard's - and + keys.

- Refresh/Reload the web page to restart the game.

- Adjust the sound level of media on your device.

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