x2 + 25
x2 − 25
x2 − 10
x2 + 10
i know it doesnt have the ^ because when i copied and pasted it doesnt come out on here.
In general, you’ve missed out the “^” sign which denotes “raised to the power”.
So all examples start with x^2 ie x squared.
Which of 10 and 25 is a square?
Which sign (+ or -) denotes “difference”?
x^2-25, because it always has to be a negative so that when you foil (first outter inner last) you can get the middle term to cancel. in this case you would get (x-5)(x+5) so you will get x^2+5x-5x-25 the middle term cancels leaving you with x^2-25.
x² – 25
you can factorise it to (x+5)(x-5)Source(s): me