Hi! We just started doing a new lesson in math about math simplifying large imperfect squares and I did well for most homeworks we got but the latest one my teacher gave complex so I'd appreciate if somebody will teach me to understand it! It’s a problem solving homework my algebra teacher gave out this day and it’s due next week and I tried solving it but still can’t get it right. I can’t finish it with ease unlike the other assignments. I had an easy time solving my past homeworks but this particular assignment with specific topic of factoring just gives me a hard time just figuring out how to start . I’m desperately in need of help. I’ll really be grateful if someone help me in showing the steps and how to solve it in a organized and clear way.

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