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MathsGee: Episode 27 – ALGEBRA: Difference of two Squares

ALGEBRA: Difference of two Squares

This lesson is a special case of the simplification of algebraic expressions whereby if two squares are subtracting each other e.g. A-squared minus B-squared is equal to (A+B)(A-B)

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