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\[\huge 0 = -4(-4t^2 -8t -1)\]

So, how would I do that with this one? Multiply the parentheses stuff by -4?

Seeing your question i would suggest you to first divide your whole equation by -4 and then compare

\[\Huge 0=-4t^2 -8t-1\]

What is a,b and c in this ?

a=-4 b=-8 c=-1

Good,Now you can use the quad formula.
\[\huge\ x=\frac{ -b \pm \sqrt{b^2-4ac} }{ 2a }\]

so, t = -8*√64-4*-4
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2*-4 ?

which would then be t=-8*(8+4)
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-8

am I getting it right?

It should be +- not *

I don't get it... wouldn't you be multiplying -8 and \[\pm √64-4*-4\]?

t=-8(+-)(8+4)
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-8

Now I'm rather confused.

Lemme show you.

I appreciate you working with me though.

I guess I could do that \(\Huge\mathsf{:P}\)

a=-4 b=-8 c=-1
\[\huge\ t=\frac{ -(-8) \pm \sqrt{(-8)^2-4(-4)(-1)} }{ 2(-4) }\]

Ok, but what does the \[\pm\] do? what's its significance?

so it'd be 8+√blahblahblah
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2-(-4)?

Either,
8+√blahblahblah
---------------
2-(-4)?
Or,
8-√blahblahblah
---------------
2-(-4)?

so the \[\pm\] just breaks up between the denominator and the numerator?

Exactly.

Ah. I guess I'll try another problem here and ask you if it's right or something.

Sure :)

and the answer is
\[\huge \frac{ -7\pm \sqrt{89} }{ 2 }\]. Would I be right?

Its is -4(a)(c) not -4(a+c)

oh. Well that ruins that then.

Yes it does :)
Do it on a paper and tell me what you got from that equation :)

and now I'm confused.

oh wait, I forgot to keep the x's in there. Crap.

Think you could help me out here? My mind is about to implode.

x=7+73/2,x=7-73/2

Btw,
(-) *(-)=+

So just because of signs it goes wrong.

\[\Large x=\frac{ -14\pm 14 - 4(-40)} { -4 }\]
Continue from here.

But I left the xs out of my work. ._.

No worries about that :)

Continue working from here.

And now what do I do?

I don't know what you are upto ,where did that divide by -2 come in between ?

Well, I'm not sure. I just thought I had to do that. I'm rather confused ._.

Hmm,If OS would be working on chrome i would have worked one problem for you.
Can we do this later ?

I'm using chrome right now o_o But, I guess that'd be OK :P

Thanks.

Thanks to you too :3