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  • 5 years ago

find all the real zeros of the problem f(x)=4x^2+36x+78

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  1. anonymous
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    any helpp?

  2. anonymous
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    using quadratic formula, it's (-9 plus/minus root 3)/2

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    using quadratic formula, it's (-9 plus/minus root 3)/2

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    does this help or do you need more expl?

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    umm im lost on what u did and what the final answer would be ?

  6. anonymous
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    are you familiar with the quadratic formula?

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    the answers in the end would be approx -3.63 and -5.37. these are rounded

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    okay thanks again more questions coming

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