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Posted by **bianca** on Sunday, March 27, 2011 at 3:28pm.

-m^6

36s^2-4t^2

9b^4-200

x^2-16

x^2y^2+196

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**Henry**, Monday, March 28, 2011 at 6:50pm-m^6. A binomial has 2 terms.

36s^2 - 4t^2.

(6s + 2t)(6s - 2t).

9b^4 - 200. The 2nd term(200) is not a perfect square.

X^2 - 16.

(X + 4)(X - 4).

X^2Y^2 + 196. This is the SUM of 2 squares.

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