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how do you solve an equation by completing the square

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I need to see a problem
by completing a square ... its a rather geometric term

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108=x^2 +6x
algebra-wise; its adding a useful form of zero to the equation
add and subtract the square of half the coeff of x to the equation
i did and i still got it wrong
what did you add and subtract?
the square of 108 and 3
then you dint complete a square .... you created an abomination lol
(6/2)^2 = 9 9-9 = 0 soo lets add zero to the equation 108=x^2 +6x +9 - 9
108+9 ....
omg i seriously did not pay attention to that thanks
you added 9 on the left of the picture but did nothing to the right of it; so you changed the equation
:) yw

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