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Apply binomic formula expansion rules to simplify term.
Apply the well known binomic formula expansion rules to expand and simplify terms. The summands of the formula's factors will be either a variable and a literal number or both of them will be variables. In no case, both summands will be numbers, which means the expanded term will always contain variables and it does not simplify to a single literal number. The number of problems is selectable. For the types of formulas that will appear it can be specified that only some of the three binomic formulas will be used. Variables that appear will always be named a and b or x and y.
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|Number of problems||1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10|
|Binomic formula types||(a+b)^2, (a-b)^2, (a+b)(a-b), (a+b)^2 & (a-b)^2, all|
|Remark||Description||Name and direct link|
|fill in blank spaces in binomic formulas||Fill gaps correctly in binomic formulas||Binomic formula fill in blanks|
|get to know the elements of binomic formulas||Elements of a binomic formula and their expanded form are grouped in a table. Fill the empty spaces.||Examine the elements of binomic formulas|
|simpler version||Apply binomic formula expansion rules to simplify term. Advanced version mit multiples of variables as summands.||Expand and simplify binomic formula, advanced|
|matching problem: Find correct pairs of binomic formulas and expanded terms||Find matching terms of original and simplified binomic formulas in two lists.||Match binomic formula to simplified form|
|expand and simplify a simple term||Expand product term with variables.||Product term expansion|
|where binomic formula is embedded in other term||Simplify a term which contains a binomic formula||Simplify term with binomic formula, combine like terms|
|the other way round: Specify the binomic formula||A term is given which is the expanded form of a binomic formula. The original binomic formula has to be found.||Specify binomic formula for expanded term|