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 Amsco Integrated Algebra I: The Square of a Monomial
This is a free lesson from our course in Amsco's Integrated Algebra
 
   
This lesson explains how to find the square of a monomial. The square of a monomial means to multiply the monomial by itself. To find the square of monomial, follow the steps given below:
•Find the square of the numerical coefficients.
•Find the square of each literal factor by multipling its exponent by 2.
•The square of the monomial is the product of the expressions found in step 1 and 2.
For example,(3x)2=(3x)(3x)=(3)(3)(x)(x)=(3)2(x)2=9x2 The below video will explain in detail with the help of several examples.
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