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# Use the square of a binomial to find the value of 51^{2}.

Hint:

### The methods used to find the product of binomials are called special products.

Multiplying a number by itself is often called squaring.

For example (*x* + 3)(*x* + 3) = (*x* + 3)2

## The correct answer is: 2601

### 51^{2} can be written as (50 + 1)^{2} which can be further written as (50 + 1)(50 + 1)

(50 + 1)(50 + 1) = 50(50 + 1) + 1(50 + 1)

= 50(50) + 50(1) + 1(50) + 1(1)

= 2500 + 50 + 50 + 1

= 2500 + 100 + 1

= 2601

Final Answer:

Hence, the value of 51^{2} is 2601.

Final Answer:

Hence, the value of 51

^{2}is 2601.

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