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2x^2 - 11x + 12=0?

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    let's solve by facotring, i assume you know how to factor we get 2x^2-8x -3x+12 2x(x-4) -3(x-4) (2x-3)(x-4) now that we've factored, equal both the factored versions to zero 2x-3=0 add 3 to the other side (solve for x) 2x=3 divide by 2 x = 3/2 now do the other one x-4=0 add 4 to both sides x=4

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