solve for t: 4t^2-15t=0

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solve for t: 4t^2-15t=0

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t=15/4
Can you display your work? I know factoring comes into play. Thanks a bunch!
t(4t-15)=0 4t-15=0 4t=15 t=15/4

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So you can just divide 0 by t and it gets rid of it in the first step?
no. that the zero property. you dont divide by zero or your answer would be undefine
right, how does the t in the first step dissapear?
@Venomblast let me tell you... if you divide any number by zero then it will result infinity like 1/0 ... but if you divide 0 by any number you'll get zero as answer... @Topkart33 yes t is divided by zero which results in zero...
actually. 1/0 = undefine and 0/1 = 0
@topkart33 the t disapear by taking out a t. so t(4t-15).

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