Posted by **Brandon** on Tuesday, May 24, 2011 at 6:45pm.

For positive x and y, which expression is equivalent to (x^1/2-y^1/2)^2?

a. x-y

b. x+2sqrt(xy)+y

c. x-2sqrt(xy)+y

I need all of the steps to get to the right answer.

Thanks

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