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## Which two binomials in part A didn’t have an equivalent factored form? What made these expressions different from the three tha

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Which two binomials in part A didn’t have an equivalent factored form? What made these expressions different from the

three that you could factor?

The two that didn’t have equivalent factored forms were x^2+16 and 16x^2+9

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Answer:The binomials 16×2 + 9 and x2 + 16 didn’t have an equivalent factored form. Both are sums of perfect squares instead of differences.

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