How do you know if the middle terms will cancel out when you multiply two binomials together?
What are the FOIL and smiley face methods for multiplying binomials?
What is the formula for a difference of squares?
When do you get a binomial as a product when you multiply two binomials together?
How do you multiply (3x + 4)(3x - 4) using the box method?
How can you multiply two binomials using the difference of squares formula?
How do you multiply (F + L)(F - L)?
How do you multiply (m^2 - 3)(m^2 + 3) using the difference of squares formula?
How do you multiply (b^3 - 5)(b^3 + 5) using the difference of squares formula?
How do you multiply (x + 7)(x - 7) using the difference of squares formula?
What is a special binomial product?
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This lesson shows multiple examples of multiplying binomials of the form (a + b)(a - b) that end up resulting in a difference of squares that look like a^2 - b^2 because the middle term cancels out. There is a lot of repetition, which should drive home the point of this video.