# A Plus B Squared

This example demonstrates how the general form of can be interpretted geometrically. The square can be drawn and the sub-areas computed to come up with the result of a plus b squared.

## Steps

1. Expand initial expression. Geometrically this can be represented as a square with sides of length .

2. Multiply and distribute values across. Geometrially, each term corresponds to the sub-area of the square.

3. Combine like terms.

4. Result.