In this video, you will learn how to square a binomial. A binomial consists of two terms. When you square a binomial, you multiply the binomial by itself. You do this by using the distributive property. First multiply the first terms of each binomial, then the outer terms, then the inside terms, and then the last terms. Finally, combine the like terms, and there you have your answer. This method used for binomials is also called the FOIL Method.
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