# math 118

x^2+10x
Add the proper constant to the binomial so tha tthe resulting trinomial is a perfect square trinomial. Then factor the trinomial

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1. Example:
x²+6x
=x²+2(3x)
=(x+3)²-3²
Or:
x²+6x+3² = (x+3)²

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