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anonymous

  • 4 years ago

x^2+.3x-.2=0 (use quadratic formula)

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  1. anonymous
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    if someone could show me how to work out the problem that be awesome!

  2. anonymous
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    i think those are decimals... b=.3x and c=-.2

  3. anonymous
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    you end up with -.3 plus or minus root(.445)

  4. anonymous
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    you get .36708 and -.96708

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    both are irrational numbers too... ugly problem

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    luis ur amazing dude!!!!!!!

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    what progtam did you use to get that .jpg?

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    ya thanks

  9. anonymous
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    oh, you put decimals in the problem up top : /

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