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Posted by **Natalie** on Monday, July 25, 2011 at 3:55pm.

49-4y^2

my answer is going to be (7-2y)(7-2y)

I wasnt sure if it could of been (7-2y)(7+2y)

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**Sam**, Monday, July 25, 2011 at 4:20pmYour answer should be (7-2y)(7+2y).

If you multiply the first equation (7-2y)(7-2y) it would equal 49-14y-14y+4y^2. After simplifying it would equal 49-28y+4y^2. The second option multiplies out to 49+14y-14y-4y^2. The 14y's cancel each other. That leaves 49-4y^2. Hope that helps.

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**Natalie**, Monday, July 25, 2011 at 11:30pmThank You So Much Sam! :)

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