Extra Tip! Notice that we used something called FOIL to combine (a+b)(a+b). But what does that even mean? FOIL is an acronym for multiplying the two terms together. It’s a way to remember to distribute each term to one another. Take a look below:
Add and combine all like terms together and we get !
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*Extra Tip! Why does this formula work in the first place!?? If we draw lines creating and proving triangle RTQ and triangle RPS are similar by AA, this leads us to know that the two triangles have proportionate sides and can follow our formula! ___________________________________________________________________________________
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