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Simplify $(x+ 3)^2 + 4$
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Simplify means to remove brackets and add/subtract like terms.

$(x+3)^{2} + 4$

$= x^{2} + 6x +9 +4$

$= x^{2} +6x +13$

We cant simplify this algebraic expression any further.
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x²+6x+9 +4

=x² +6x + 13
by Wooden (3.9k points)
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(x+3)(x+3)+4

x*x+x*3+3x+3*3+4

Group the like terms

x^2+3x+3x+9+4

x^2+6x+14
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Remember that 9+4 =13 :)

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