Univ. of Wisconsin
J.D. Univ. of Wisconsin Law school
Brian was a geometry teacher through the Teach for America program and started the geometry program at his school
After you factor any problem, you'll want to get into the habit of checking to see if any factor can be factored further. One common occurrence is that one of your factors will be a difference of perfect squares. The examples here show these differences of perfect squares that are embedded into other factoring problems.
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