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just to make sure, this is correct, yes? solve 0 = x^2 + 10x + 5

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first of all can you type out your work...i see you have posted a png but please also post a formula...i see your using the quadratic formula you seem to have a good understanding of it...
i don't like typing out my work, i think it's a waste of time :/ can you not read my writing? :c and sorry. yes, i'm using the quadratic formula :]

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it looks correct to me.
oops...really quickly...answer me on put -5 plus or minus the \[2\sqrt{5}\] Which is ...minus...
it's plus or minus
± or the other...that is a step in the quadratic formula
it solves for two different solutions. when you add it, it gives one, and when you subtract it, it gives another.
oh yes...lord have mercy
it's ± D:<
No, you can have two different possible solutions, if i remember correctly, just plug in the solutions into the equation and if it equals 0 it is correct
im sorry i knew HAHA i did this two years ago...and still use it so i should remember it...
skay thank you...i would have really messed him up without you lol
my answer is right tho, yes?
sure lol. one second ari, let me plug the solutions into it and check
....yes you answer is right..i dont think that technically goes against the code of conduct...checking an
I haven't done this for years, something about this is bothering me though.
oh :c
no skay its right
nvm you got it! its correct
oh yey! :3
I think i just stared at it too long lol
whats bothering you is the sqrt not hasnt came to complete end yet...thats what got me i think too...that or stupidity lol
yessss. Quadratic problems are da bomb.

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