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# Identify the value of c that makes the trinomial factorable using the perfect square pattern.

Hint:

### using condition in the trinomial to find c which makes the trinomial the perfect square .Ans :- c = 25

## The correct answer is: c = 25

### Given ,

Here

if the trinomial is a perfect square.

∴ c = 25

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