anonymous
  • anonymous
(t-5)^2=-28 solve using the square root property
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anonymous
  • anonymous
no real solutions
anonymous
  • anonymous
but for complex numbers\[(t-5) = +- \sqrt{28} i \]\[t = 5 +- \sqrt{28}i\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
Wouldn't it be t=5+-2i square root 7?

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anonymous
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yeh you could take the 4 out of the sqrt if you wanted to , i didnt really care that much about the little simplifications
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Ok. I have to take it down that far for the instructor. Thanks for the help!

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