# Difference of two squares

- Author:
- aras

- Topic:
- Square

This is a geometrical presentation of the formula
The difference between the areas of the

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2.- Identify the squares and factor the expression
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*and***a****b**1. -Apply the formula to write directly the result, without multiplying term to term : a) (x+2)·(x-2)= b) (3x-1)·(3x+1)= c)