anonymous
  • anonymous
show me how to solve this equation please: c^2+(3c)+2=0
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mathteacher1729
  • mathteacher1729
This is a quadratic equation. It can be factored into two binomials. In pictures, you want to find values of x where the curve intersects the x axis. (see picture)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Factorise (split into brackets):\[c^2+3c+2=(c+2)(c+1)=0\]Then, you have two numbers that when multiplied together make 0, so one of them is zero. So, either:\[c+2=0=>c=-2\]or\[c+1=0=>c=-1\]

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mathteacher1729
  • mathteacher1729
To avoid confusion with equal/greater than signs: \Rightarrow \[\Rightarrow\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ah, thanks! I wondered if there was a proper implies sign on her.
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Wow!

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