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PLEASE HELP!!!! How would you factor: -3x^2 + -2x + 14 = 0 Thanks! :)

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You can't factor this but since you set it equal to zero, I believe you meant to say solve it
Oh, okay - I wasn't sure if it could be factored. So, yes - I guess it would be "solve it." Ha, ha - thanks for the correction. :)

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x=-2.519146175 x=1.852479508
sometimes you can factor a quadratic to solve it, in this case, you can not factor it and therefore it is best to use the quadratic formula remember the decimal solutions are approximations the one I wrote above is an exact solution
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