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(2x^2-4x+5)/2=0 Solve using quadratic formula?

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    i got answer of 1+-i sqrt 6 but I'm not sure

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    |dw:1359608354063:dw|

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    plz check my answer ?

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    yes your answer should be a complex because the function does not cross the x axis

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    alright :)

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    |dw:1359601262043:dw|

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    you are missing the 1/2

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    wait wheres the 1/2 come from ?

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    |dw:1359601389960:dw|

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    ohh ok lol

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    so the imaginary number always have a "1" in front of the "i" right ?

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    @precal

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