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yes, that means when you graph your quadratic function, it does not cross the x axis at all

|dw:1358903985103:dw|here is an example of a quadratic with complex solutions

Okay, but I still need help with solving them.

well then post one so we can work it together

Okay. Just a second.

√(-36) - √(-40) It's one of the example problems that I can't get right.

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That makes sense I guess :P

How about an actual quadratic equation now? :3

post it, makes no difference to me.......

\[\Huge x^{2}+6x+11 = 0\]

|dw:1358905661660:dw|do you see the negative number under the radical

that tells you that your solution is complex

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OH. Okay. I get it now. Thanks! :D

another way to do it is by completing the square but the quadratic formula is easier to do it by.

yw

Actually, I don't :<