A little bit of trained eyeballing can help here. Let me tell you how I saw the bsci-ch.org without any computation.

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Remember that the expansion of a squared binomial is

So, the square of a binomial has the following properties, which you can easily spot:

- It has three terms

- Two of them are perfect squares

- The third is twice the product of the two roots.

Well, in this case we do have three terms, and indeed

is the square of 11x, and 1 is the square of itself. The only thing we have to check is that 22x is twice the product of 11x and 1, which is true.So, the bsci-ch.org is

If you want to see some explicit calculations, just use the quadratic formula

to see that there is a double solution , and then use the formula to come to the same conclusion.Send

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