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# Factor the expression $x^2+22x+121$

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##  Final answer to the problem

$\left(x+11\right)^{2}$
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The trinomial $x^2+22x+121$ is a perfect square trinomial, because it's discriminant is equal to zero

$\Delta=b^2-4ac=22^2-4\left(1\right)\left(121\right) = 0$

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$\Delta=b^2-4ac=22^2-4\left(1\right)\left(121\right) = 0$

Learn how to solve polynomial factorization problems step by step online. Factor the expression x^2+22x+121. The trinomial x^2+22x+121 is a perfect square trinomial, because it's discriminant is equal to zero. Using the perfect square trinomial formula. Factoring the perfect square trinomial.

##  Final answer to the problem

$\left(x+11\right)^{2}$

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###  Main Topic: Polynomial Factorization

They are a group of techniques that help us rewrite polynomial expressions as a product of factors.