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Solve. p^2 -p +1=0

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    Is there any work involved in it? Other than p=1?

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    No solution, because there is no combination that multiplies to 1 and adds to -1

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    using the quadratic equation, right.

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    No, you don't need to use that. you can just split it up into two parenthesis, and you can see that it doesn't work

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    Ok, Thank you!

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    Of course :)

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