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BTruesdell07

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0x0 =0

+1

1x1 =1

+3

2x2 =4

+5

3x3 =9

+7

4x4 =16

+9

5x5 =25

I discovered this pattern while working on a math problem my math eacher gave me.

I thought it is interesting

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BTruesdell07

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0x0 =0

+1

1x1 =1

+3

2x2 =4

+5

3x3 =9

+7

4x4 =16

+9

5x5 =25

I discovered this pattern while working on a math problem my math eacher gave me.

I thought it is interesting

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whozum

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- #3

honestrosewater

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(x + 1)^{2} - x^{2} = x^{2} + 2x + 1 - x^{2} = 2x + 1.

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BTruesdell07

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I never said that I was the first to discover it I just said I discovered it doing math home work.

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whozum

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So, congratulations? We were just giving you some history and elaboration.

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