Full squares identities

Actually, this is not a discussion I'm going to ask more, it's just a note to understand the question. I will try to explain this question with algebraic expressions

                                        ( X + Y )²                       NOTE: I wrote 2 because I could not specify the exponent with an algebraic ex   
           X²                            2xy                                       Y²                                                                                                                        
  square of term 1                    2 times the product                 Square of term 2
                                   of the 1st term and
                                     the 2nd term

EXERCİSE: ( a + b )² = a² + 2ab + b²

☺ I hope I can explain ☺ Many of you know but I made such a statement in case you forget

Note by Blabla Blabla
6 months, 3 weeks ago

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nice. what's the intention of the note? what kind of exponent did you want?

num IC - 6 months, 3 weeks ago

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I am so sorry I see your new answer (probably I got notification and I didn't see it)

Normally I was planning to make a question about it but I haven't done it yet so it stayed like this but I will do the question soon.

blabla blabla - 4 months ago

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