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Problem states: A square has sides of length 3x-2cm. Express the area of the square as a polynomial.

my answer:
(3x-2)^2 should i leave it like this or

9x^2-12x+4

I would multiply it out.

CAN YOU SHOW mE WHAT YOU MEAN. I'M CONFUSED.

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