Solve. x2 + 6x = 10 -3 ± sqrt 10 -3 ± sqrt 7 -3 ± sqrt 19 -3 ± sqrt 13

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Solve. x2 + 6x = 10 -3 ± sqrt 10 -3 ± sqrt 7 -3 ± sqrt 19 -3 ± sqrt 13

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...............this problem is wrong. or you typed it wrong. given this it would be 8x = 10. x = 10/8. is it x^2?
yes x^2 + 6x = 10
OK, so, we're solving for x, right? So you start by subtracting 10 from both sides getting you x^2 + 6x - 10 = 0. Are there any factors of 10 and 1 that can get you 6?

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no... i used the quadratic and i got it to -6 ± sqrt 76 ----------- 2
hm. I see your problem.
yep.. no idea what to do now
convenient. simplify :). sqrt 76 = 2sqrt(19)
you got the answer :)
OK. Well, what about pulling out 4 (well, 2), and getting rid of it...or Ronncc did it...that was fast...
anything even is tricky o_o

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