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Published on Nov 18, 2013

James Tanton takes viewers through this question from the 2011 MAA AMC 10a Competition. Appropriate for the 10th grade level, this question covers Difference of Two Squares Formula.

Read the Curriculum Burst essay that goes with this question here: http://bit.ly/1dQHIIu (PDF).

Read the Strategy Essay for this Question http://www.maa.org/node/129119/

Curriculum Inspirations is brought to you by the Mathematical Association of America and the MAA American Mathematics Competitions. Learn more here: http://www.maa.org/curriculum-inspira...

MAA acknowledges with gratitude the generous contributions of
the following donors to the Curriculum Inspirations Project:

The TBL and Akamai Foundations for providing continuing support

The Mary P. Dolciani Halloran Foundation for providing seed funding by supporting the Dolciani Visiting Mathematician Program during fall 2012

MathWorks for its support at the Winner's Circle Level

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