College Algebra (11th Edition)

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Chapter R - Section R.3 - Polynomials - R.3 Exercises - Page 29: 63

Answer

16$m^{2}$ + 16mn + 4$n^{2}$

Work Step by Step

1. Square of a binomial $(4m + 2n)^{2}$ = $(4m)^{2}$ + 2(4m)(2n) + $(2n)^{2}$ 2. Solve exponents and multiply 16$m^{2}$ + 16mn + 4$n^{2}$

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