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savage8

  • 2 years ago

z^2+3z=-2

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  1. Compassionate
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    What are we solving for?

  2. savage8
    • 2 years ago
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    It says solve the equation.

  3. Compassionate
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    Not enough information is given.

  4. savage8
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    It states that the answer is a solution set

  5. Compassionate
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    I can solve for: \[Z, Z^2\]

  6. Compassionate
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    Okay, that makes sense.

  7. Compassionate
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    Z = -2, -1 In the set of: \[Z,Z\] as stated.

  8. 03453660
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    it simply means that to find the solution to this equation or to find such a value of z that satisfies this equation

  9. 03453660
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    so its a second degree equation or quadratic equation means this equation has two solutions or z has two distinct values. factor out z form this equation and solve it i do a little for you z^2+3z = -2 z(z+3) = -2

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