# How Do You Factor a Common Factor Out Of a Difference of Squares?

How do you know that a binomial can be factored using the difference of squares? First try finding the greatest common factor and pulling that out. Then take a look at what is left. Are the coefficients perfect squares? Then it could be a difference of squares. Watch the instructor break down this expression into simplest terms.

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