algebra
posted by christy .
If you have a^ + b^= (a+b)(a+b).
Is this always true, never true, or sometimes true?
Explain.

if i understand what you are saying:
FOIL:
(a+b)(a+b)
a^2+ab+ab+b^2=
a^2+2ab+b^2
so never true!!
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